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Taylor Swift is celebrating yet another victory — and a tribute to SZA.
The 11-time Grammy winner’s “Anti-Hero” single has officially spent eight weeks at the top of Billboard’s Hot 100 chart, making it her longest-running single to date.
Swift, 33, reacted to the feat via her Instagram Story on Tuesday, retweeting the tweet from billboard This declared the success of the single.
“What the hell is going on,” she wrote, before showering her fans with love. “I love you.”
She ends with a note that pays homage to SZA’s latest album SOS Revealing that she “has been listening non-stop”.
“Absolutely love her music. So much love and respect for her!!” Swift wrote.
SZA replied on her Instagram Story that her single “Kill Bill” was her highest-charting single ever on the Hot 100.
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“Congratulations Tae Tae! Thank you so much for the album and writing is phenomenal…as always.”
The achievement came just days after Swift performed “Antihero” for the first time at the 1975 London Show on January 12.
She made a surprise appearance at the first of two concerts by the British alternative rock band at London’s O2 Arena.
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She stunned the crowd by taking to the stage to perform her hit single during an intermission midnight album, and the cover of the 1975 album The City.
Earlier this month, SZA, 33, denied any rumors that she had anything but love for Swift.
Both artists’ latest albums are likely to hit No. 1 on the charts billboard 200 charts of the week. But it’s not a contest, the “Shirt” singer-songwriter assured fans via Twitter.
In a tweet posted at 11:59 p.m., SZA thanked fans for supporting her new record, emphasizing that only “1 minute left to track” Period of the chart for the week.
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“Thank you for the streaming SOS and copping [digital versions],” wrote the 33-year-old performer. “Thank you CAMP for always doing your big things […] Love everyone 🤍”
Getty (2) SZA and Taylor Swift
Several Swifties criticized SZA after the tweet, accusing her of wanting to perform well midnight.
Less than 30 minutes after SZA sent her first tweet, she posted another, clarifying that she had nothing against Swift, 33, or her music.
The Grammy winner wrote: “Ugh, I feel silly for even having to say this, but I see supporters arguing and I hate that.” “I have no problem with anyone, especially Taylor lmao”
She continued, “I really love her albums and writing! Everyone does their best and we all deserve our best. Love everyone. Gn 🤍”