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“A lot of their stage shows are Satanic rituals” — Man accuses Taylor Swift



Man accuses Taylor Swift of staging Demonic Rituals

As Taylor Swift continues her sold-out Eras tour, Boyzone’s Shane Lynch has stirred controversy by accusing the pop star of performing alleged demonic rituals during her concerts, adding fuel to the ongoing debate surrounding occult symbolism in the music industry.

Lynch, a Pentecostal born-again Christian, voiced his concerns in an interview with Ireland’s Sunday World newspaper, criticizing artists who incorporate what he perceives as “Satanic rituals” into their stage performances, often going unnoticed by the audience.

“I think when you’re looking at a lot of the artists out there, a lot of their stage shows are Satanic rituals live in front of 20,000 people without them realizing and recognizing,” Lynch stated, highlighting Taylor Swift among others.

He pointed to Swift’s concerts, alleging the presence of “demonic rituals” involving pentagrams on the ground and other symbolic elements, which some concertgoers may interpret merely as artistic expression.

Singer Taylor Swift accused of performing

Lynch also expressed his aversion to certain genres of music, citing hip-hop and Grime, claiming they contain “hidden Satanic” messages and “evil” within the beats.

The controversy surrounding Swift’s alleged involvement in occult practices escalated earlier this month when she went viral for a hand gesture during her performance of “Cruel Summer,” which some interpreted as “the sign of the horns,” a symbol associated with Satanism.

Despite the baseless claims, Swift’s Eras tour continues to draw massive crowds, with recent shows in Sydney and Melbourne attracting thousands of fans.