Taylor Swift’s Fake AI Image Is Going Viral!

From the whole social media to the White House, everybody is in shock and disturbed after Taylor Swift’s AI-generated images went viral on social media this week.

On Thursday, a verified X (formerly Twitter) user shared Taylor Swift’s explicit images from his account, and it went viral within a few minutes fetching over 50 million views within a few hours. It was reposted several thousand times before the user who leaked the image was terminated from the social media platform.

Taylor Swift Becomes Victim of AI and Deepfake!

Taylor Swift
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Reportedly, the pictures were first circulated on Telegram through a notorious private chat group that has a history of incidents like these. Generally the second targeted platform for circulating this kind of images is X and we have already seen similar incidents happening to several top names across the world.

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Fans Reaction

Taylor Swift
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As soon as the image went viral, Taylor Swift started trending on X, with hashtags like SaveTaylorSwift. Swifties were furious and demanded strict action. Although Swift hasn’t spoken anything on the matter, her fans are not in the mood to let the matter settle down anytime soon.

Meanwhile, the X team has blocked all searches related to Taylor Swift temporarily and several accounts have been suspended that were involved in circulating the deep fake image.

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A Huge Threat

Taylor Swift

AI and Deep Fake have already become a huge threat to people worldwide, and governments are also concerned about the issue. Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre spoke on the incident in the recent White House Press and assured of taking strict action against the issue.

In recent times, several Bollywood celebrities like Priyanka Chopra Jonas, Alia Bhatt, Katrina Kaif, Rashmika Mandanna, and even cricketer Sachin Tendulkar and her daughter Sara have been targeted by Deepfake and they all have taken the due legal action. The government is also working on developing technologies to tackle this kind of incident in the future.