The video features Swift “dancing” alongside professional dancers from a number of genres. She stands at the barre with a group of Swan Lake ballerinas, jumps up and down among breakdancers, emotes in the middle of contemporary dancers and, at one point, crawls underneath a line of Daisy Dukes-wearing twerkers.
Rapper Earl Sweatshirt tweeted that the video was “inherently offensive and ultimately harmful” for its portrayals of black stereotypes — though Mr. Sweatshirt admitted that he hadn’t actually, you know, seen the video, which spawned a thousand think pieces wondering if the its inclusion of twerking was racist, innocent but misguided, or something else entirely.
Here's the video in question -
Taylor Swift - Shake It Off - YouTube
Clearly the director was attempting to parody various genres of music/dancing. But since one of those was twerking, and that is associated with black people, it's called racist. Crybaby minorities at it again. A simple nigga please would be suffice.
...as a side note, would bang Miss Swift and I would let her shake it off.