Taylor Swift Sends a Letter to Apple Music, Express her Sorrow for Charleston Killings
Everyone loves Taylor Swift as she is one of the finest pop stars in American pop industry as well as looks so calm and sweet.
but it doesn’t mean she can suffer any wrongdoing, has dare to face well to every critical circumstances, as she stormed Apple Music’s wrong act.
The hitmaker of ‘Shake It Off’ took her Tumblr page to publish a love letter, on which, describing reason of her last album, “1989” hold back which she has decided that will not be available on the company’s new music streaming service, which appears to be shocking news for the company.
The 25-year-old showing her rage in the response of Apple Music’s wrongdoing as they halted payments of Swift as well as other pop stars which is totally against of the agreement, which she called shocking and disappointing for all artists.
Swift penned, “Three months is a long time to go unpaid, and it is unfair to ask anyone to work for nothing.”
After Swift’s bold move, everyone considering her one of the most powerful young celebrities as she has shaken the Cupertino-based company with her praiseworthy dare, though.
Eddie Cue, who is Apple’s senior vice president of Internet Software and Services has declared the statement on the Twitter after a short time Swift’s speak out that payments will be paid during the trial period.
After expressing her view over Apple Music illegal behavior, Swift also expressed sorrow over dreadful killings in Charleston.
The 25-year-old actress-pop singer also demonstrated dismay over incident in which a gunman stormed Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal church in Charleston, South Carolina, when people were gathered inside for meeting prayers and killed on 17 June.
Swift took Twitter to post her sympathies, “this is an unbearable loss of lives and innocence.”