Sheryl Crow Apologizes To Taylor Swift After She’s Accused Of ‘Downplaying’ Fight For Master Tracks

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Sheryl Crow reassured upset followers that she solely has respect and love for Taylor Swift after the Grammy winner was accused of ‘downplaying’ her grasp tracks drama in an interview.

Sheryl Crow is setting the file straight after Taylor Swift‘s followers accused her of constructing gentle of the “Lover” singer’s combat to regain her grasp tracks. The controversy erupted when Sheryl, 57, was requested about Taylor’s battle on the September 10 episode of Watch What Occurs Reside. “Well, I’m going be honest with you, I live with my head a big hole and I stay out of that world,” the Grammy-winning “My Favorite Mistake” singer instructed host Andy Cohen. “But I will say one thing about masters. I signed with a record label 30 years ago and within five years it became owned by Interscope and then Interscope got bought by Universal and so these things… that’s just the way the business goes. It’s totally not unusual for your masters to change hands like, 9000, times. So I don’t know what the big stink was. I’m kind of out of the loop so I don’t really know.”

For many who are additionally out of the loop, Taylor penned a passionate Tumblr publish in June about her horror of discovering that Scooter Braun, whom she’s accused of “bullying,” purchased Massive Machine Label Group, the place she was signed till 2018. And with that, Scooter now owns the grasp tracks from her first six albums, and Taylor needs them again. Sheryl hopped on Twitter the subsequent day to make clear her remarks on WHHL, assuring Swifties that she wasn’t making an attempt to mock Taylor. “To those that thought I used to be downplaying @taylorswift13’s masters altering palms, I selected the incorrect phrase. I ought to have mentioned I don’t know what the state of affairs is as an alternative of the phrase stink which sounds extraordinarily detrimental. I’ve whole respect for Taylor & at all times want one of the best for her,” Sheryl tweeted.

“To be honest,” she mentioned in an accompanying video, “I don’t generally weigh in about other celebrities because I don’t keep up with celebrity news. So when I said I didn’t know what the stink was about, I meant I didn’t know what the situation was about. I totally support Taylor. I think she does great humanitarian work, she’s outspoken politically and she’s an awesome songwriter.”

To those that thought I used to be downplaying @taylorswift13’s masters altering palms, I selected the incorrect phrase. I ought to have mentioned I don’t know what the state of affairs is as an alternative of the phrase stink which sounds extraordinarily detrimental. I’ve whole respect for Taylor & at all times want one of the best for her. pic.twitter.com/2uJ6ow7qDC

— Sheryl Crow (@SherylCrow) September 12, 2019

“So all of the stuff about the masters, I don’t know what her situation was,” Sheryl continued. “I know my masters have changed hands quite a few times, but I wouldn’t weigh in on what her situation is, because I really didn’t know. So for all of you guys out there that think that stink was a negative word, it was totally wrong word choice. So, moving on…”

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