Of all the artists in country music today there is one that I really don't think musters up to the accusation of being a racist. With that said it looks like Taylor Swift is being accused of exactly that for her new video. However it's not affecting the singer. Or so she says.Taylor Swift seems to be shaking off 'racism' claims by maintaining her silence on the backlash over new video for single Shake it Off.The song – which contains the lyrics “haters gonna hate” – has certainly angered more than a few people for allegedly perpetuating black stereotypes. "Rapper Earl Sweatshirt from California hip-hop collective Odd Future tweeted his fury after seeing a promo clip of the 24-year-old twerking – despite not seeing the full video.He tweeted: “I don't need to watch it to tell you that it's ultimately harmful." It seems in the video Swift is seen crawling through the legs of a line of twerking women in one take, and holding a stereo while wearing a leather look snapback cap and red jacket in another. "Despite the furor surrounding the video the singer tweeted a picture after midnight this morning showing the song at number one on the iTunes chart, but it has since fallen to number four." http://nr.news-republic.com/Web/ArticleWeb.aspx?regionid=1&articleid=27638353&m=d