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Taylor Swift went to war with music exec Scooter Braun over the rights to her own music.

Taylor Swift went to war with music exec Scooter Braun over the rights to her own music.

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Taylor Swift is proving that 2019 is the year she's no longer messing around.

When she posted a letter on Tumblr explaining how she lost the rights to own music to a man (Scotter Braun) who has repeatedly bullied her, fans were immediately on her side.

Taylor was essentially taken advantage of as she was a 15-year-old artist when Scott Borchetta discovered her. A powerful man trying to cash in on the talents of a young woman with star power? Tale as old as time...

Regardless of how you feel about Taylor Swift or her music, her influence is undeniably powerful. When Kanye violated her by using her naked body as revenge porn in his music video, he proved that using women's bodies and sexuality as a weapon is still a fair game. Kanye, you're an as*hole.

In November of 2018, Taylor posted that she was officially leaving Big Machine Records and signing with Republic Records and Universal Music Group. She announced that she would own all of her future masters, but Big Machine would still own the masters of all her own recordings. Rather, Scott Borchetta, who found her when she was a teenager playing guitar in Nashville, would cash in on all sales and use of vintage T-Swift forever. Then, Borchetta sold her collection to Scooter Braun (Kanye's manager during the 2016 Tay vs. Kayne feud)...

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