Taylor Swift May Have Referenced Scooter Braun In Her First Performance Since The Record Label Drama
"One thing that has been really wonderfully consistent throughout the entire time that I've been making music is that I write all of it."
On Wednesday night, Taylor Swift made her first public appearance since it was announced Scooter Braun's company had acquired her old record label, Big Machine — and the rights to all the master copies of Taylor's first six albums — for $300 million.
Apart from a few statements made on her behalf, Taylor hasn't spoken publicly about the drama since the post was published, and fans have been scouring her Tumblr likes for an indication of how she feels about the situation.
But fans think she may have addressed it during her performance Wednesday night at Amazon's Prime Day concert, which was streamed live worldwide.
In between songs, Taylor took the opportunity to speak about her career, joking that it was a "little-known fact" that she started in country music.
"One thing that has been really wonderfully consistent throughout the entire time that I've been making music is that I write all of it," Taylor said.
Some fans thought she was referencing the Scooter situation by emphasising the fact that she writes all her own music.
And, before she sang "Love Story", Taylor mentioned that she wrote the song in her bedroom when she was 17 — echoing these words in her Tumblr post:
I had to make the excruciating choice to leave behind my past. Music I wrote on my bedroom floor and videos I dreamed up and paid for from the money I earned playing in bars, then clubs, then arenas, then stadiums.