The internet sort of broke down last night when Taylor Swift announced she'd be releasing Red's successor this autumn. 1989 is set to drop on October 27th, and its first song and video, 'Shake It Off', was premiered by the singer as the album's first taster. However, the Mark Romanek-directed clip didn't please everyone.

Earl Sweatshirt accused Swift of "perpetuating black stereotypes" with her new clip, which features the singer dancing and singing among twerking breakdancers. According to Sweatshirt, the video is "inherently offensive and ultimately harmful." He also pointed his finger at "white girls who hide their prejudice by proclaiming their love of the culture."

Watch the video below and make your own mind up.