Taylor Swift Will Permit Apple to Stream Her Music After All

Verrrry interesting.

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Update, 6/25: After three days of music-revolutionizing Tumblr posts, social media vollying, and too many changes of heart to count, Taylor Swift has agreed to relinquish 1989 to Apple Music:

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It is happily decided. Taylor Swift is happy. Apple is happy. The conspiracy theorists are weeing themselves from happiness. Everybody is happy.

Smooth. Very smooth.

Original post, 6/24: When Taylor Swift isn't rocking sold-out concerts, fine-tuning her army of Hollywood friends, paying off her fans' student loans, and revamping the term "cat lady" one adorable Instagram post at a time, she's taking on big companies and changing the music industry for the betterment of her fellow artists.

But is it all too good to be true?

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Some skeptics are claiming that Taylor Swift v Apple went *so* well, it had to be a PR stunt. Their reasoning? 1) Taylor Swift comes out as a hero 2) Apple looks like they're playing ball and are totally on board with artists' welfare.

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To which we say: 1) When did everyone become an expert in PR tactics? 2) Even if true—um, artists get paid and no one got hurt, so...what's the big deal?

Tay motto #475: Haters gonna hate.

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