Taylor Swift NOT Launching Streaming Service, Despite Late And Wrong Report
Taylor Swift is NOT launching her own streaming service, despite yet another inaccurate report. Gossip Cop can debunk this claim. We’re told it’s “not true.”
According to the repeatedly discredited Celeb Dirty Laundry, the singer is planning to create a “successful online music streaming service” that will compete with Apple’s iTunes and Spotify. Lacking in reputable sources and evidence, the often disproven webloid claims, “She plans to call the site ‘Swifties’ as a nod towards her die-hard fans.” “Taylor is also looking to trademark computer software for mobile devices,” further contends the site, adding, “She wants to cover non-downloadable live music concerts, interviews, audio recordings, videos, articles and blogs.”
Gossip Cop, however, already corrected this streaming service misinformation when TMZ made the same incorrect claim only yesterday. The webloid falsely alleged Swift was launching her own streaming service to compete with Spotify, but Gossip Cop exclusively learned the story wasn’t accurate. The pop star currently has no intention of creating her own streaming service.
Unsurprisingly, this is not the first time Gossip Cop has busted CDL for its lack of reporting skills. In November, we debunked the outlet for falsely alleging Swift was using Drake and manipulating the rapper for attention. And shortly before that tall tale, we corrected the website for wrongly claiming Swift and Calvin Harris were dating again. Neither story was true, and the same goes for this latest one.