Taylor Swift slams Scooter Braun for reportedly selling her master recordings

The pop star alleges her recordings were sold without her knowledge and said she has begun re-recording some of her older material.
2:20 | 11/17/20

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Transcript for Taylor Swift slams Scooter Braun for reportedly selling her master recordings
We move to our "Gma" cover story and battle over Taylor Swift's music fighting back after scooter Braun sold her rights for hundreds of millions and erielle reshef has details. Reporter: Hey, good morning. That deal worth a reported $30 million has dragged that high-profile feud between Braun and Taylor Swift right back into the spotlight. Swift saying she's surprised yet again about the sale of her music. Because baby now we got bad blood Reporter: The bad blood between Taylor Swift and high-profile music manager scooter Braun has reached a new boiling point. After acquiring swift's former record label, big machine and their recording assets Braun has now cashed in and sold the master rights to swift's first six albums. The singer speaking out on the sale of her music. Taking to Twitter in a lengthy post to fans saying, a private equity company called shamrock capital had bought 100% of my music, video. And album art from scooter Braun this. Was the second time my music had been sold without my knowledge. The deal is reported to be worth an estimated $300 million. Scooter made a profit. It's a real tough year for anyone who manages a major artist. Whatever profit he's make something probably going right back into his business. Reporter: In light of the recent revelation, swifties flooding the pop star's social media with an outpouring of support. Messages reading we love Yo Taylor. Keep fighting the good fight. Shake it off shake it off Reporter: Despite the setback she opts to push on with plans to rerecord her older music saying, this is my only way of regathe sense of pride I once had whenearing songs from my first six albums and also allowing my fans to listen to those albums without feelings of guilt for benefiting scooter. The moneyhat is generated by the performance of those songs when they're played on the radio, commercials, streamed, they go to her and not the owner of the old version. Reporter: She thanked her fan answer said I can't wait for them to hear what I've been dreaming up. We reached out to scooter Braun's camp and so far no Now to the stunning "Dancing

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