Megyn Kelly Criticizes Taylor Swift for Gaza Fundraising Comedy Show Attendance

Megyn Kelly Criticizes Taylor Swift for Gaza Fundraising Comedy Show Attendance

Swift’s Participation in Gaza Fundraising Comedy Show-

Megyn Kelly, a conservative commentator, took aim at Taylor Swift on a recent episode of her show, expressing disapproval of the pop superstar’s attendance at a comedy show that aimed to provide “humanitarian relief to the people of Gaza.”

The event was part of stand-up comedian Ramy Youssef’s More Feelings tour in Brooklyn, New York, attended by Swift and other celebrities, including Selena Gomez, Anya Taylor-Joy, Zoë Kravitz, and Cara Delevingne.

The proceeds from the show went to the American Near East Refugee Aid (ANERA), an NGO offering humanitarian and development assistance to the Gaza Strip.

Kelly’s Criticism and Call for Boycott

On The Megyn Kelly Show, Kelly asserted that Swift owes an apology to Israelis and Jewish Americans, stating, “I hope they boycott her events until she issues it because attending this thing was wrong.”

Kelly questioned Swift’s awareness of the situation in Gaza, particularly in relation to the treatment of the LGBTQ community and women, issues Swift has publicly supported.

Swifties’ Response on Twitter

Swift’s fan base, known as Swifties, expressed frustration on Twitter in response to Kelly’s criticism.

Some fans defended Swift, emphasizing that her attendance at a comedy show doesn’t equate to active support for Gaza and attributing the event’s purpose to Ramy Youssef.


The controversy highlights the intersection of entertainment, politics, and humanitarian issues, with Kelly taking a strong stance against Swift’s participation in the Gaza fundraising comedy show.

Swifties, in turn, defended the pop icon on social media, underscoring the nuanced nature of celebrity involvement in geopolitical matters.

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