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He said he has no plans to relinquish the domain name, which he bought from the Go Daddy web hosting service.As of the time this post was written, ITaught Taylor was not a working website and Cremer's Twitteronly makes reference to his Facebook profile.The exact nature of the relationship between Ronnie Cremer and Taylor Swift changes depending on who is talking about it.
Apple Music changed their tune days later, and so did Swift, tweeting (via on Apple Music…and happily so.
Here are the five biggest theories that Swifties have come up with so far: She ended the tradition of the 5th song being sad, she didn’t revive the tradition of having a song named after the album, she doesn’t have a 2AM or 4AM reference, & I’m hearing that there aren’t hidden messages in the booklets. “New Years Day” is “Old Taylor” picking up the phone.— Daniel Dudley (@DDis BORED) November 9, 2017 Maybe the biggest Swiftie scavenger hunt of all is the theory that "Reputation" is split into two parts: songs about the media's narrative of Swift as a conniving control freak, and songs about the happy, relatively normal life she's actually living behind the scenes while everyone gossips about her. RFI TITLE BEGINS WITH A “...” AND SO IT GOES ENDS WITH A “...
The old Taylor really is dead y’all she warned us— Rachel (@13swift1989) November 10, 2017"I'm sorry the old taylor can't come to the phone right. Oh cuz she's DEAD"*listens to New Year's Day BITCH THE OLD TAYLOR IS STILL ALIVE CALL 911!!! Fans were busy parsing the track listings to confirm that theory before the album even dropped.
According to Swift's decision was "a business-as-usual move for an artist and label who are wringing every ounce of sales and promotional benefit out of anyone willing to meet them halfway—or so." In April 2016, Swift also starred in commercials for Apple Music, leading many to believe the entire exchange was an elaborate stunt between both powerhouses.
reported that Swift's legal team contacted the blog's editor, Megan Herning, demanding that the blog be removed and accusing the writer of defamation.