While there is no direct indication as to who she is referring to, the fandom is pretty convinced that this is a call out for Scooter Braun and Scott Borchetta about their recent disputes about the masters of her six albums.
"But I'm aware of the story of Taylor Swift and some idiot called f-ing Scooter".
Even though she didn't mention either of their names, this is the first time she's addressed the scandal since she published an open letter stating that Braun acquiring her music catalog was her "worst case scenario".
Fans are obsessing over one part of Taylor Swift's performance during the Amazon Prime Day concert on Wednesday where she appeared to shade Scooter Braun as part of their ongoing feud.
Lover, due out August 23, also includes the track "You Need to Calm Down", which she performed live for the first time on Wednesday night before closing the show with "Shake It Off" - perhaps a not-too-subtle nod at her ongoing public scuffle about the rights to her back music catalog.
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At the Prime Day concert, Swift was joined by co-headliners SZA, Becky G and Dua Lipa, who all performed for the cheering audience. "And I think that love is such an inspiring thing to write about", she said of the upcoming album.
Swift performed "You Need to Calm Down" and "ME!' as well as her 2014 hit, 'Shake It Off" for the finale.
Swift took the stage by storm in a sparkling romper, decorated with black and purple sequins and vertical stripes. Taylor's performances of "Welcome to New York" and "Delicate" were done acoustically for the packed crowd! "He's about to own all the music I've ever made".
"Um, I'm not a fan of Taylor Swift".
Braun's wife, Yael Cohen, also posted on social media that her husband "is anything but a bully".