The close friendship of Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift that began years ago is no secret to anyone. Both are successful singer-songwriters, they write about their relationships, and while each made their way into the music industry, one was treated very differently from the other. That is, when the red star wrote about his breakups, everyone applauded him, while Taylor dealt with criticism.
Basically, the only differences between them are their genders and nationality, but when they released their song content to the world, Taylor Swift often received reproachful looks for “getting attention.” Something totally happened with Ed Sheeran, who made millions of fans sing with songs like “Perfect” or “Photograph”.
In 2014, the Fearless singer said: “People will say ‘Oh… she only writes songs about her ex-boyfriend.’ And I think, frankly, it’s a very sexist angle. Nobody says that about Ed Sheeran. Nobody says that about Bruno Mars. Everyone writes songs about their exes, their current girlfriends, their love life, and no one raises a red flag there.”
Of course, Taylor Swift’s reproach has nothing to do with the friendship she has with Ed Sheeran, but the diva wanted to establish her position on the lyrics that she composes. The singer wrote a feminist hymn called “The Man” where she expresses her outrage at the hundreds of comments against her.
On the other hand, we tell you that Ed Sheeran took his official profile on Instagram to announce his latest musical collaboration. It is about the song “10,000 Tears” that he composed and recorded with rapper Ghetts on his new album “Conflict of Interest” that came out this Friday, according to what was reported by the British star on social networks with a photo of the album cover.