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Chloe Grace Moretz said she turned down Taylor Swift’s squad invite

23 March 2016 Entertainment News

Fourth Estate Staff

Los Angeles, CA, United States (4E) – After tweeting directly to Kim Kardashian regarding her nude selfie , Chloe Grace Moretz is once again dissing another big name in the industry, and this time it is Taylor Swift.

Moretz covered the latest issue of Complex magazine and in her cover interview, she revealed that she has turned down the invite to be part of Swift’s girl squad. The squad of Swift includes Kendall Jenner , Gigi Hadid , Selena Gomez, and many more known women in the industry.

The 19-year-old “The Equalizer” actress shared in her interview her true feelings about private groups noting that she is not a fan. She was asked during her interview if she was invited to the Grammy winner’s girl group and she received one and that Swift is a very talented person.

Moretz did not elaborate on the invite that she got but she said, “They appropriate exclusivity. They’re cliques! It’s not just about women being powerful. It’s about races being powerful; genders being powerful.” The actress said that squads promote segregation and it is something she will not stand for.

It is possible that Moretz got an invite to be part of the squad as she and 23-year-old “Hands To Myself” singer are quite close. Gomez and Swift are best friends so that might be the reason why she was invited.

This is not the first time that Moretz talked about the squad of Swift. In her interview with Nylon magazine last year, she said that she was never included into cliques and groups when she was a kid as she was the weird one that chose to do movies. She added back then, “So now I go out of my way to be nice to people and make them feel included.”

Aside from that, Moretz also talked about her views on the remake of “The Little Mermaid” as she stars as Ariel. She said that they want to make the movie good for men and women and that it will not appropriate feminism or lean towards stereotypes.