Taylor Swift Falls Off the Treadmill While Rapping to Drake in Hilarious New Ad
By Jackie Willis
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Taylor Swift is really good at rapping, but not so great at running on a treadmill.
The 26-year-old singer's new Apple Music commercial was released on April Fools' Day and it shows the singer acting a bit foolish. Swift is seen finding the perfect song to run to and decides to go with Drake and Future's hit, "What a Time to be Alive."
The "Shake It Off" singer gets really into the track, and starts to all-out rap the lyrics. Just when she hits her stride, Swift completely eats it on the treadmill and falls to the ground -- but she keeps on rapping!
Swift shared the commercial with her 74 million Twitter followers with the hashtag #TaylorVsTreadmill. "Based on true events," she quipped.
The music star's ad for Apple Music comes nearly a year after she convinced the company to change their policy on how they compensate musicians whose music is streamed on the app. "#AppleMusic will pay artist for streaming, even during customer’s free trial period," Apple Music's Internet Software and Services Eddy Cue posted in June. "We hear you @taylorswift13 and indie artists. Love, Apple."