Taylor Swift's Fans Hit Back After Critic Camille Paglia Calls Her an 'Obnoxious Nazi Barbie'

The cultural critic slammed Swift for bringing her famous friends on stage "as performance props."

Cultural critic Camille Paglia ha called Taylor Swift an “obnoxious Nazi Barbie.”

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"Swift should retire that obnoxious Nazi Barbie routine of wheeling out friends and celebrities as performance props,” she wrote in a scathing criticism in the latest issue of The Hollywood Reporter.

Taylor's girl squad consists of some of the most famous women in the celebrity world including model Gigi Hadid, Lena Dunham, Selena Gomez and Cindy Crawford.

Paglia accuses the female squad of presenting quote " a silly, regressive public image."

She also wrote: “If women in Hollywood seek a broad audience, they must aim higher and transcend a narrow gender factionalism that thrives on grievance. Girl squads are only an early learning stage of female development. For women to leave a lasting mark on culture, they need to cut down on the socializing and focus like a laser on their own creative gifts.”

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Swifties are outraged.

"Camille Gaglia compared Taylor Swift to a Nazi ... the comparison is absolutely uncalled for,” tweeted one person.

"What a pathetically jealous, nasty piece," tweeted another.

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