A fan at Taylor Swift’s purification concert in Foxborough, Mass., is selling raindrops for $250 on Saturday.
Popular Instagram account Only in Boston shared a screenshot of a Facebook Marketplace listing called “Taylor Swift Eras Tour Merch Rain”.
The photo shows three small containers filled with clear liquid from Happy Valley, the local herb dispensary, which the seller claims Swift picked up from torrential rain during her second Gillette Stadium show on the Eras Tour.
It’s unclear if the raindrops are still for sale, as the listing is no longer visible on the Facebook Marketplace.
But Swifties instantly flocked to the comments section of Only in Boston’s post to marvel at the pop superstar’s influence.
“Floor seats rain or balcony rain?” Someone asked jokingly.
Another user wrote “Affordable price” about the $250 starting offer.
“Holy water,” one superfan interrupted.
Others called the listing a “fraud” and wrote that it was “ridiculous” and “stupid” if any “moron” bought the jars.
Swifties want to know…
The 33-year-old “Blank Space” singer stunned fans as she continued her concert during torrential rain at the stadium on Saturday night.
“We danced together in the rain for an ALL 3.5 HOUR SHOW at foxy Foxborough MA last night!” He captioned a few snaps of them soaked in the rain.
Swift has gotten used to singing in less than ideal weather conditions over the years.
Just weeks before the Massachusetts show, he had to wait a few hours for a severe storm to pass through Nashville before performing until almost 2am, just after 10pm.
“It’s something we all do together. It’s like such a bonding experience,” he told those who were going to the concert at the time. “We’re all going to leave here tonight like we’ve been through five car washes.”