Future PM Pita invites Taylor Swift to Thailand, stating full democracy is again

Components of Thailand and chief of the Move Forward Party (MFP), Pita Limjaroenrat, took to Twitter yesterday to reach out to American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift, inviting her to return to Thailand now that the country has restored full democracy.
Taylor Swift shows are among the many most eagerly anticipated live shows among Thai followers. The latest queen of pop just lately introduced a world tour, The Eras Tour 2024, but Thailand just isn’t included on the record. Her Asian stops are restricted to Japan and Singapore.
Thailand’s reference to Taylor Swift goes again 9 years ago when she launched “The Red Tour Live in Bangkok 2014” on the Impact Arena Mueang Thong Thani on June 9 of 2014. The tickets, which ranged from 2,000 to 6,500 baht, had been all sold out within an hour.
Unfortunately, about two weeks earlier than a note was sung, the concert was cancelled because of the political coup on May 22 of that 12 months, leaving Thai Swifties heartbroken.
Thai Swifties have shed 9 years of tears waiting for the 33 12 months outdated songstress to return.
Steps has six dates in Singapore subsequent 12 months, from March 2 to 3 and March 7 to 9.
The future PM of Thailand, Pita, a Taylor Swift fan, begged her to return again to the Land of Smiles.
“Hey, Taylor! Big fan of yours. Btw, Thailand is again on observe to be absolutely democratic after you needed to cancel last time as a result of coup. The Thai people have spoken through the election and we all sit up for welcoming you to this stunning nation of ours! Do come and I’ll be singing Lavender Haze with you! – Tim.”
The response to Pita’s tweet was overwhelming, with numerous Thai Swifties expressing their appreciation for his efforts to characterize their needs. Thai netizens commented…
“This is my PM! He’s so cool! I’m proud of him regardless of whether Swift comes or not.”
“Even the PM is begging! Taylor Swift has to feel something!”
“Thank you so much! I was devastated yesterday. I couldn’t get a ticket for the concert in Singapore. Thai fans had been all feeling so unhappy.”
A Thai National Artist, Surachai “Nga” Chantimathon, from the Thai folk rock band Caravan disagreed with Pita’s tweet. Taking to Facebook, Surachai said…
“What happened? I attended concert events by Coldplay, John Mayer, Guns N’ Roses, and many different international artists through the so-called ‘dictatorship era’ you talked about. Taylor Swift claimed to despise dictatorships, or is it nearly business? An artist’s selections are often influenced by their management, aside from me and my band. Delete your publish, Pita. It makes you look foolish.”
However, Pita isn’t the only political leader who Tweeted about Taylor Swift’s concerts. The PM of Cannada, Justin Trudeau, also invited Swift to perform for Canadian followers on Twitter. He said…
“It’s me, hello. I know places in Canada would like to have you. So, don’t make it another cruel summer. We hope to see you quickly.”
A former House Speaker from Australia, Andrew Wallace, also begged Swift to increase her tour from Melbourne and Sydney to Queensland as well. Wallace said…
“I’m asking you. I’m begging you, I’m pleading with you, I’ll get down on my knees if I even have to, please come to Queensland.”

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