Taylor Swift Defends Lady Gaga Against 'Invasive' Pregnancy Rumors

Taylor Swift has some bad blood with the internet trolls who made “invasive and irresponsible” comments about Lady Gaga’s body amid pregnancy rumors.

In the comments section of a recent TikTok video posted by Gaga where she denied the mommy-to-be rumors, Swift stepped in to shut down the online critics who don’t mind their business about women’s appearances.

“Can we all agree that its invasive & irresponsible to comment on a woman’s body,” Swift wrote on the video posted Wednesday.

She added, “Gaga doesn’t owe anyone an explanation & neither does any woman 💋.”

The “Poker Face” singer, 38, first posted the clip to address the pregnancy gossip that began swirling online earlier this week.

The rumors about a baby Gaga on the way began circulating over the weekend after the crooner, whose real name is Stefani Germanotta, was photographed at her sister’s wedding appearing to cover her stomach.

An unfazed Gaga cheekily thwarted away the hearsay in the caption of her June 5 TikTok, writing, “Not pregnant—just down bad cryin at the gym,” which is a nod to Swift’s song “Down Bad” from her latest album, Tortured Poets Department.

Ironically enough, Swift, 34, also pokes fun at her haters who continuously question whether she’s pregnant in a separate song on the album.

“I’m having his baby, no I’m not, but you should see your faces,” she sings on the tune, “But Daddy I Love Him.”

Elsewhere in Gaga’s post, the “Joker: Folie à Deux” star drew her followers’ attention to a topic actually worth discussing: registering to vote.

Swift has opened up in the past about feeling pressured by body-shamers.

In the 2020 documentary “Miss Americana,” the 14-time Grammy winner candidly discussed how getting hit with pregnancy rumors in the past led her to develop unhealthy eating habits.

She recalled how if she saw a picture of herself in the past where she thought her “tummy was too big” or if someone said she “looked pregnant,” it would “trigger me to just starve a little bit—just stop eating.”