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Hailey Baldwin likes of “Cats” in spite of the ongoing feud between her husband, Justin Bieber, and Taylor Swift.
Taking to her Instagram the Story, the 23-year-old put in her praise of Swift’s most recent film.
“My Christmas present from the universe, it is the release of @catsmovie,” Baldwin wrote on her Instagram the Story of a Wednesday evening. Baldwin also shared a screenshot of her listening to the song “Memory” from the movie.
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The dispute between Bieber and Swift, was Today sided with his manager, Scooter Braun, and Big Machine Records have to be in the middle of their well-known feud with the “You Need to Calm down” singer as well.
On Nov. 15, which is Today one of the shared TMZ’s article about the feud to his Instagram Story, in which a reference is made to Swift, as a “don’t miss” Us Weekly reported.
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In June, after the Swift posted a brilliant blog that has been sandblasted to Big Machine Records founder Scott Borchetta and for the sale of the label, along with all six of her first two albums, ” the worth of the masters-Braun, Bieber chimed in, via Instagram, to the right, with the manager as well.
“The Scooter was back in the days, that you have graciously let me work for you,” said Bieber. “It is not a Scooter [neither] I don’t have anything negative to say about you, we really want the best for you.”
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At the Billboard’s Women in Music event, the Grammy award-winning singer has called for Braun the handful of supporters who spoke in favor, as they are in the first instance, and wrote a social media post, blasting him for the purchase of the master recordings.
The definition of toxic to the male privilege in our line of work is that people will say, “But, he’s always been nice to me,” if I’m raising a valid concern about the artists owning their rights to their own music,” Swift said. “Of course he’s nice to you. If you’re in this room, it’s just that he needs it.”