Appropriately dubbed The Swifties, Taylor Swift’s massive fan base has been known to be over the top when it comes to conspiracy theories, album drops, and a lack of mercy online when it comes to the reported enemies of pop music’s reigning queen.
But now fans have taken it to another level after deciding to bottle and sell an unexpected souvenir from one of her The Eras Tour concerts at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts: rainwater.
During Saturday’s show (the second of three nights of sold-out shows), fans faced massive downpours and inclement weather as Swift braved it and performed through the rain.
An image that circulated the web on both Twitter and Instagram went viral after the seller (on what appears to be eBay) attempted to sell containers of the water for $250.
“What an australiabusinessblog.com,” one person quipped next to a crying laughing emoji next to the screenshot posted to the @OnlyInBos Instagram page.
“There is something profoundly wrong with people seeking this,” said another.
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WBZ Boston reported that the listing for the water had been removed, and as of Tuesday afternoon there was nothing of the sort on eBay except the free light-up bracelet fans get upon entering the venue ($10 price) and a collection of confetti that falls to the audience at the end of the show ($15 price).
It is estimated that nearly 200,000 fans attended Swift’s three sold-out shows at Gillette.
Swift’s early summer tour is no stranger to storms. Earlier this month, the 12-time Grammy Award winner made played in the rain to 1:30 a.m. in Nashville, after a four-hour weather delay.
Fast is next set to play this coming holiday weekend at Metlife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
The singers net value is estimated to be worth $400 million, but it remains to be seen how much she will earn from the tour.