It took less than a week but Taylor Swift has been given permission to perform her old songs at the American Music Awards this upcoming weekend.
Last week, Swifties were in a fury after Ms. Swift herself took to social media to call out music producers Scott Borchetta and Scooter Braun.
The duo now owns Swift's old label Big Machine. With their purchase came Swift's previous six albums, and the ownership of the songs that made her a star.
3 It Got Weird
After Swift made her claim, Big Machine Records released a statement contradicting her. In fact, the statement said the label was "shocked" by the turn of events.
Swift's publicist then provided a very detailed explanation of their side saying, "They (Big Machine) never actually deny either claim Taylor said last night in her post."
2 Scooter Waves A White Flag
After Swift went public with the censorship allegation, Braun was reportedly "frustrated" at the turn of events. And with the bad publicity that comes with it.
He took to his Instagram page to preach kindness in a post that was immediately linked to Swift and the whole situation.
1 Team Taylor?
Whether you're a fan of the 29-year-old songstress or not, we should all agree that she should be able to perform all of her own songs without limitations.
Unlike many artists, Swift wrote her own music albums. She used her celebrity and power to stand up for herself and got her way. Many other artists wouldn't be so lucky.