Scott Borchetta has to do MAJOR Damage Control after a Taylor Swift Rock n Rio issue…


Hell hath no fury like angry Swifties! And Scott Brochetta can even attest that. When YAHOO! made a slip up and claimed that Taylor Swift’s 1989 set was going to be live streamed, Taylor fans everywhere rejoiced. ESPECIALLY the fans that are in countries the tour isn’t coming to. But then something bad happened. Something very bad. An announcement came that Taylor’s set actually WASN’T being streamed. And with no one to blame…Swifties went on the attack against her label. And it wasn’t pretty:

Ouch, right? But have no fear…Scott was on top of his game and clarified he was NOT to blame for the miscommunication:


WHEW! Glad that got cleared up!


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