Taylor Swift has no problem telling it like it is through her love songs — and the same goes when it comes to shaming stangers.
One fan passed by the “22” singer’s house in Rhode Island, and took a photo of a hilarious sign that was planted outside Taylor’s $17 million beachfront estate.
Written across a white board in black letters, the sign read, “I knew you were trouble when you walked in. NO TRESPASSING.”
Of course, the songstress’ warning is referring to her hit-single “I Knew You Were Trouble.”
And who can blame her? In May, a 22-year-old man from Chicago was arrested when he swam up to her Rhode Island home around 2 a.m. He admitted he swam to TSwift's home to try and meet her. He was booked for trespassing.
And in Deccember, Wisconsin-native Jacob Kulke, 24, was arrested for climbing a fence at a Nashville home linked to the country star. But prosecutors declined to pursue a charge against him.
Hopefully the 23-year-old's clever message makes fanatics think twice before trying to get on her property!