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Deepfake technology was utilized by Taylor Swift trolls to have the celebrity speak at the Grammy Awards in favor of white nationalist ideology.  

The 34-year-old singer earned the coveted Album of the Year award for her 2022 album Midnights on Monday, making history as the first artist to do it. She has previously won the title for her albums Fearless, 1989, and Folklore.  

An affective In addition to revealing the shocking news that her new album, Tortured Poets Department, will be released on April 19, Swift also collected the award.  

However, a crass deepfake that went popular on social media turned Swift's speech audio into a racist statement.  

The voice mocks Black History Month, which is commemorated in February in the US, by remarking, "What an absolute honor beyond dreams to have been named the first national Snow Queen of White History Month."  

"I'm going to use this position and this honor to help the white community make history together. White History Month is not inherently racist.

Nothing at all racist. It's all about love, not hate. Love as pure as Odin's palace's driven white snow.  

Breaking: Taylor Swift collects the First Snow Queen of White History Month award, a historic honor! 

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