Swift ripped for not addressing fans amid Ticketmaster debacle
FOX Business’ Maria Bartiromo, Maslansky + Partners’ Lee Carter and portfolio manager Adam Johnson discuss Ticketmaster canceling public sale tickets for Taylor Swift’s tour due to surging demand.
Taylor Swift’s former New York City townhome has hit the market and is available to rent.
The one-time home of Swift – who has recently been making headlines over her "The Eras Tour" Ticketmaster fiasco – is now going for $45,000 per month.
The property, located on Cornelia Street, is well-known among "Swifties" after the "All Too Well" singer mentioned the home in her 2019 song, "Cornelia Street."
"'I rent a place on Cornelia Street,' I say casually in the car," she said on the song, which was featured on her album "Lover."