- 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.
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:
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.
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.
In conclusion: HER MIND.
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