Is Taylor Swift Engaged To Joe Alwyn? An Investigation

Is Taylor Swift Engaged To Joe Alwyn? An Investigation

Is Taylor Swift Engaged To Joe Alwyn? An Investigation

Rasool shared photographs on Twitter and Instagram that confirmed cardigans and sweatshirts with the phrases "The Folklore Album" for sale on Swift's internet site.

"This morning, it came to my attention that musician #TaylorSwift is selling merchandise to go along with her new album "Folklore". The pop icon's rep made the announcement on Tuesday after the owner of The Folklore, an online platform that sells clothing from African designers, pointed out that Swift's logo closely resembled her own.

She continued, "I am sharing my story to bring light to the trend of large companies/celebrities copying the work of small minority-owned business owners". She said, "I commend Taylor's team for recognizing the damage the merchandise caused to my company's brand".

After the issue was resolved the next day, Rasool told her thousands of followers that her lawyers were in communication with Taylor's to determine the "necessary next steps to make this situation right". "I am not planning to allow this obvious theft go undetected".

Swift also responded to Rasool in a tweet on Thursday that read, "Amira, I admire the work you're doing and I'm happy to make a contribution to your company and to support the Black in Fashion Council (launching on 8/3) with a donation @thefolklore @amirarasool @bifcglobal #blackinfashioncouncil".

The speculation began when Swift announced she would be releasing a not-yet-heard bonus song "The Lakes", which is only available to purchase on via a physical copy.

Swift's choice to shake off it and proper course stands compared to the manner that Girl A, previously called Lady Antebellum, managed a similar circumstance. "However, it was that midnight singer Anita White was acting under the title" Lady A" for years. But matters broke down along with the team filed suit at Nashville's U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee.

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