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Taylor Swift Claims Scooter Braun & Scott Borchetta Won't Allow Her To Perform Old Songs At AMAs


Taylor Swift isn't happy about an alleged obstacle in her American Music Awards plans. The pop superstar spoke out in a lengthy social media statement on Nov. 14, claiming that Scooter Braun and Big Machine Label Group founder Scott Borchetta are "exercising tyrannical control" over her music catalog and won't allow her to perform older songs for her upcoming AMAs appearance or use them in an upcoming Netflix documentary. Access Hollywood has reached out to reps for Braun and Borchetta for comment.

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