Taylor Swift shocked everyone with her recent revelation relating to her fallout with her former music label owners Scooter Braun, Scott Borchetta, of Big Machines. The singer took to Twitter to post a note referring to her American Music Awards 2019 performance where she is being celebrated as the Artist of the Decade and has now been barred from singing her decade-old songs because the music label now claims that it will be like "re-recording" her songs. The "Lover" singer asked her fans for their help in this tell-all note and now another big artist, Halsey and other celebs have come in support of her. The singer took to Instagram to share her views on this feud. Taylor Swift Urges Fans To Help Her After Being Barred From Performing Her Decade-Old Songs At The American Music Awards.
She wrote,"This is hoping to silence her from speaking about things by dangling this over her head.”It is her grace and patience in these moments that maker her the artist of the decade." Actress Ruby Rose also posted a story saying, "This is not okay" after sharing Taylor's post. Supermodel Gigi Hadid also came in support of Swift and tweeted saying, "Scott and Scooter, you know what the right thing to do Taylor and her fans deserve to celebrate the music!!"
As soon as Taylor took to Twitter to share her post, fans of the singer took to social media to come in support of her and are now trending "I Stand By Taylor". Here are some of the tweets from celebs who are standing by Taylor's words. Cara Delevingne Slams Justin Bieber After He Butts Into Taylor Swift-Scooter Braun Tirade and Offers the WORST Apology Ever.
— Maha (@maalbarki) November 15, 2019
Scott and Scooter, you know what the right thing to do is 🙏🙏
Taylor and her fans deserve to celebrate the music!!
— Gigi Hadid (@GiGiHadid) November 15, 2019
what a complete power pull @scooterbraun @scottborchetta. the way this industry is set up, there are times where we have to get legal permission to perform anything we share rights to. but denying access like this is solely to play with and diminish a person. https://t.co/noNDUeFzYE
— Rebecca Black (@MsRebeccaBlack) November 15, 2019
— LILY ALLEN 2.0 (@lilyallen) November 15, 2019
Taylor shared a post this morning on Twitter captioning it as "Don't know what else to do". In her note, Taylor wrote, "I just want to be able to perform my OWN music. That's it. I've tried to work this out privately through my team but have not been able to resolve anything." Let's see how Scooter Braun, Scott Borchetta respond to this outrage.