Taylor Swift Accused of Stealing Logo From Black Designer

Taylor Swift Accused of Stealing Logo From Black Designer

"Absolutely no merchandise using "the" before the words "folklore album" has been manufactured or sent out".

On Tuesday, Taylor responded to Amira Rasool's accusations. Which was actually a merch logo from a Black designer.

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".

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 going to let this blatant theft go unchecked".

Swift, however, did not ignore Rasool like an old cardigan under someone's bed. The theory that's emerged claims within that physical copy is an announcement that the couple is engaged, which is not unusual for Swift to want her loyal fans to be the first to hear such important news in her life - as opposed to it being announced via the media.

Swift responded to the tweet, saying she admired Rasool's work and that she'd donated money to the Black in Fashion Council, which launches August 3. Afterwards, Rasool publicly uttered Swift for her answer.

"The nation trio declared last month it would be falling" Antebellum" out of its title due to the affiliation with slavery and rather go by" Lady A". But it turned out that blues singer Anita White has been carrying out less than the identify "Woman A" for decades.

"I had people who asked me, 'Oh, did you collaborate with Taylor on these?' They just assumed that it was a collaboration because of how similar the logos are", she said. The go well with asserts that the group was granted a trademark on the name "Lady A" in 2011, soon after a number of years of working with it interchangeably with "Girl Antebellum" for their items and services.

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