Taylor Swift Gets Support From Joe Alwyn, Jameela Jamil & More After Calling Out ‘Deeply Sexist’ Joke On ‘Ginny & Georgia’

A joke about Taylor Swift has prompted big backlash online.

In the finale of the new Netflix series “Ginny & Georgia” the show’s main characters argue about relationships when Georgia asks Ginny if she and her boyfriend broke up.

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“What do you care? You go through men faster than Taylor Swift,” Ginny responds.

Following fan backlash to the joke, Swift herself called out the joke, referring to it as “deeply sexist.”

Swift’s tweet got a like from boyfriend Joe Alwyn, along with an approving quote tweet from actress Jameela Jamil.

Other stars also showed their support for Swift, including singer Ashe, Olympic athlete Abby Wambach and Swift’s pal Todrick Hall.

Fans also adamantly called out the show and Netflix for airing the joke about the singer’s dating history, with many calling it “misogynistic” and “slut-shaming.” Fans also got “Respect Taylor Swift” trending.

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As some also noted, Swift herself has commented a number of times over the years about the “sexist” way the media and others have focused on her dating life.

ET Canada has reached out to Netflix for comment.

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