Yesterday, she should have paid tribute to the girl who died inside the stadium where she was performing. The girl didn't die before the show started, as she claimed in her story. She passed away during the second song, 'Cruel Summer,' and only posted a few stories about it. If it were in the USA, her career would already be tarnished if she acted this way. However, she's mistaken because the media here doesn't bow down to any artist; whatever they can defame, they will defame. Couldn't she have done a decent tribute? It's too sad to see Ana Clara Benevides' family share that they haven't received any financial or bureaucratic support. Taylor portrays an image full of EMPATHY, but she just brushed it off with a "I'm too sad to talk about it" and moved on with life, without even mentioning Ana's name. She is known for standing up to producers and big companies to have control over her career, profits, and narrative. So, why, in the face of such a tragedy, does she wash her hands of it? Project the girl's photo and then say, 'Ana, you will be remembered,' and that's it. But she stayed silent, and now she's making headlines for the American media to talk about her relationship. It's so sick. Now we know that she is just a singing machine without a shred of humanity. This just shows how most artists don't care about anyone other than themselves.