For Taylor Swift followers, who have christened April 29 "High Infidelity Day," it has become a special day.
In 2019, a Swiftie made the ironic suggestion that April 29 should be a day to celebrate betraying your lover in honor of Taylor Swift's song "Cruel Summer."
From Taylor Swift's album "Lover," the hit song "Cruel Summer" tells the tale of a summer romance gone wrong.
Some people used the day to reflect on the highs and lows of their own relationships, others shared amusing memes and tweets.
"High Infidelity Day" hasn't won over everyone; some detractors claim it encourages adultery and cheating.
Taylor Swift has not made any public remarks regarding "High Infidelity Day."
"High Infidelity Day" is a quirky custom that has grown out of Taylor Swift's fanbase and showcases the musician's capacity to relate to her followers personally.