Taylor Swift fans outraged after photo of baby on Paris concert floor goes viral


A child on the floor during a Taylor Swift concert
Taylor Swift fans have expressed their outrage after seeing a photo of a child being photographed during her concert.jacnights13/X

Taylor Swift fans flocked to social media to share their reactions after a user shared a photo of a baby lying on the ground during one of her concerts in Paris.

twitter user @jacnights13 shared a photo A child is seen sleeping on a purple coat in the standing room section of their show at La Defense Arena.

A person was standing over the child, but it is unclear whether they were a guardian or a parent.

A social media user shared a photo of Swift's concert in Paris on Friday. Getty Images for TAS Rights Management
Fans immediately took to social media to write about how “disturbing” the photo was. Getty Images for TAS Rights Management

“Not one of those people, but if I saw a kid in a hole I would really call security because it's not safe in there,” the user captioned the photo.

The fan – who attended Friday's show in Paris – later clarified That the photo is not his.

The photo quickly went viral and fans responded with shock at the “disturbing” image.

“Can't imagine how stressful it must have been for a child in that environment,” someone wrote. Getty Images for TAS Rights Management
Many people pointed out how something could go wrong with a child in that situation. AFP via Getty Images

“Being a mother of a child of this size, I couldn't imagine including them in a concert at all. I understand that it is difficult to find caregivers, so if you really need to get them, you should not go to the pit. You should have a carrier for them, and baby needs ear protection,” someone tweeted.

Another person asked, “How can they think it's a good idea to bring a child to events like this?”

“Can't imagine how stressful it must have been for a child in that environment,” someone wrote.

The “Love Story” singer has not addressed the viral photo. Getty Images for TAS Rights Management
La Defense Arena did not return Page Six's request for comment. Getty Images for TAS Rights Management

“Wouldn't it be overwhelming even to a child, it would sound like they were wearing ear protection, but it would still be loud, chaotic, lots of movement and flashing lights etc :/ Me Seem no point taking a kid to a concert tbh they won't even know what's going on,'' another user shared.

“In fact, if there was an emergency and everyone had to run to get out, the child would lose his footing or get injured. This is literally so upsetting to me I can't even do this,” one person wrote.

Representatives for Swift and La Defense Arena did not immediately respond to Page Six's requests for comment.

Arena's website created a guide to Swift's concerts in Paris from May 9 to May 12 and included clarifications such as bag rules and prohibited items, but it did not say anything about rules with children.

Swift began her European tour on 9 May. Getty Images for TAS Rights Management
The “Fortnite” singer notably included songs from her new album, “The Tortured Poets Department.” Getty Images for TAS Rights Management

Another section of the website states that Arena “does not recommend bringing children under 4, even if accompanied, especially due to the high volume.”

The “Cruel Summer” singer, 34, Started his Eraz Tour in Paris on May 9th After taking a few months off and releasing their new album, “The Tortured Poets Department”.

Swift has since reworked both her outfit and setlist to include songs from the chart-topping album.

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