A scene from Taylor Swift's "Anti-Hero" music video has been changed after it was criticized online for being "anti-fat."

Swift delighted fans with the recent release of her new album "Midnights." Last Friday, she dropped the music video for one of its tracks, "Anti-Hero," which has racked up more than 32 million views on YouTube as of this writing.

While many were pleased with the music video, one particular shot from the video did not sit well with some fans. The scene in question shows Swift stepping onto a scale and her "anti-hero" shaking her head disapprovingly as the scale reads "FAT."

The scene appears to show the singer's inner critic and how hard she is to ignore because of her size—something that was misinterpreted as fat-shaming.

Swift, who wrote and directed the music video, seemed to have responded to the criticism by editing the scene. On Wednesday, fans noticed that the version of the music video on Apple Music had changed. In the new video, Swift's disappointed anti-hero simply looks at the singer as she steps onto the scale. Noticeably, the scale also no longer shows the word "FAT."

Swift has yet to comment on the change, but fans understood that she edited the video to address the backlash. The music video on both, Apple Music, as well as YouTube, no longer includes the shot "FAT" on the scale.

Swift earlier explained in an Instagram post that the "Anti-Hero" music video represents her "nightmare scenarios and intrusive thoughts" that "play out in real-time." She also shared a sneak peek of the track in an earlier post, saying it's one of her favorite songs from her new album.

"I don't think I've delved this far into my insecurities in this detail before," she said. "This song is a real guided tour throughout all the things I tend to hate about myself... I like 'Anti-Hero' a lot because I think it's really honest," she added.

Swift's "Midnights" album earned the title of the Most Streamed Album in a Single Day in the history of Spotify shortly after its release on Oct. 21.

American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift, pictured in August 2022, has released her latest album 'Midnights'