Is Taylor Swift Getting Revenge On Scooter Braun? Fans Think Maybe, Singer Releases 'Look What You Made Me Do' Cover
Taylor Swift is letting everyone know she won't let Scooter Braun control her music any longer! The singer may have thrown some major shade toward the music producer over the weekend.
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Taylor Swift is fighting back! The notorious fight between the singer and ex-producer, Scooter Braun seems to be continuing over the weekend, as fans noticed something strange on Twitter.
Swift thanked a band on Twitter of a "cover" Jack Leopards & The Dolphin Club did for the latest episode of Killing Eve. The famous pop anthem, "Look What You Made Me Do" was the song in question, but fans noticed a small detail.
The credits for production of the track include the strange name Nils Sjöberg, which die hard fans of Swift know to be her pseudonym.
taylor swift put her song on the #KillingEve soundtrack without giving scooter or scott any royalties for the original song by getting her brother to sing a cover under the fake cover band #JackLeopardsAndTheDolphinClub produced by her pseudonym and jack antonoff. her POWER!!! pic.twitter.com/qhJKRmmbIx— lara ♀️ (@ceoofnaps) May 25, 2020
The name also has appeared in music video's of Swift, especially known for being on tombstone in the "LWYMMD" video.
People now think this was a clever way for Swift to get back at Braun, whom she called out earlier this year.
Braun bought Big Machine Records last year, giving him ownership over her first six studio albums.
Basically, Swift created a fake band to take charge of her creative art, and it is the best type of shade we have heard of!
Here are what some fans had to say on the matter!
I can't even comprehend how much I love Taylor Swift right now: she literally created a whole band out of nowhere to cover her song plus the return of Nils Sjöberg just so she can own her own music. AMAZING— The PositiviTAY Page (@ThePositiviTAY) May 25, 2020
Nils Sjoberg (Taylor's songwriting pseudonym) is listed on the LWYMMD cover's credit. She's using the pseudonym again to get around her music being hijacked from her.— Ryan Schocket (@RyanSchocket) May 25, 2020
Taylor Swift will not be silenced and I love it. pic.twitter.com/TV6J2x1ACD
taylor swift creating a fake band so she can have her song played on killing eve without sc00ter br@un getting coin— jade (@youuareinIove) May 25, 2020