There's Evidence Taylor Swift's Brother Faked a Cover of Her Song to Punish Scooter Braun

Genius, or genius?

  • Fans think Taylor had her brother record a cover of "Look What You Made Me Do" for Killing Eve to get around Scooter Braun owning her music.
  • Yup, there is evidence.

    Gather 'round, fellow bored people who love conspiracy theories: Taylor Swift fans are out here convinced that she (or rather, her brother) secretly recorded a cover of "Look What You Made Me Do" and dropped it on Killing Eve as a way to get back at Scooter Braun. Confused? Allow me to unravel.

    Last night, a new episode of Killing Eve aired that used a mysterious cover of Tay's hit “Look What You Made Me Do.” The cover in question is by Jack Leopards & The Dolphin Club, a band which...literally does not exist.

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    And naturally, fans have found evidence that Taylor is behind the cover. For starters, her brother Austin Swift used to be called "The Dolphin Club" on Twitter:

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    That's honestly enough to convince me, but there's more: the song was produced by one Nils Sjoberg, a.k.a Taylor's alter-ego.

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    So, why would Taylor create a fake cover band for the Killing Eve soundtrack? Fans think this is basically a way to get around Scooter owning the rights to her masters, and that what we have here is Taylor quite literally being all look what you made me do.

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    In conclusion: HER MIND.

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