Sunday, December 29, 2019

Blind Items Revealed #4

December 19, 2019

This A+/A list singer has been quietly talking to managers other than her current one. She thinks it is time for a change and doesn't want to be involved in drama any longer.

Ariana Grande

17 comments:

Bleu said...

Honestly, her team saved her butt and rehabilitated her image for her -- before the Manchester attack, she had about 5 minutes of fame left and a super-shitty reputation. People have forgotten, and she might be mistaken in thinking it is all her doing and not the massive PR overhaul.

YummyBoogers said...

@Guesser - I heard about that. I am no fan of Taylor's by any means. She's a spoiled brat whose parents bought her a career. Every word she utters or move she makes is highly calculated and choreographed to the point of exhaustion. All designed to martyr her, sell her albums, and keep her sitting atop the pop princess throne she so desperately covets. I think her music absolutely sucks. Her so-called songwriting "talents" are laughable. Her lyrics are reminiscent of the "trials and tribulations" experienced by awkward, petulant middle school aged wannabe Gretchen Wiener types. Nothing groundbreaking in any way, and it makes me want to fall to the ground in stitches when her peers laud her as some John Lennon-esque lyricist. Gimme a freaking break! 🤣🤣🤣

With all of that having been said, however...I couldn't help but feel a pang of sympathy for her when she announced her desperation that her catalog had been purchased with aid from the Soro family. It seems Taylor was engaging in a VERY HIGH STAKES game of chess when she was trying to renegotiate the terms of her contract with Big Machine, whether she fully comprehended it or not. When she decided to dig her heels in and ultimately leave for another label, she played RIGHT into their hands. It seems only NOW is she realizing that she would have been screwed either way - whether she had resigned with them, or left. Soro would have "owned" her regardless. This HAS to be a VERY TOUGH PILL for Swift to choke down after YEARS of the press blowing smoke up her @ss, touting how "powerful" she was in the music industry in her ability to demand and exact change for artists' rights against the big whig corporations like Apple, etc. Not such a "boss b*tch" after all, it appears... Pair that with the utter fail and flop that is her appearance and involvement with the Cats film, and you have the recipe for one VERY sad, despondent cat lady.

Bleu said...

Taylor's father since the 1969s has been in high finance/a Wall Street stock broker and even formed an arm of Merrill Lynch's investment services that he runs to this day from Nashville. He is no dummy and had been making massive deals for decades when she started her career -- it's obscene that Taylor pretends she/he were dupes in the financial arrangement.

ZZZedMaster said...

Ariana is also a spoiled brat with a wealthy guido daddy.

ZZZedMaster said...

@yummyboogers spot on

YummyBoogers said...

@Bleu as with most of Taylor's public "feuds", she appears to be crying victim on the basis of a technicality (which her fans either lack the critical thinking skills needed to realize this, or they just outright ignore).

Taylor can't pretend she didn't know that Borchetta was likely to sell the label. She said so in her Dumblr post, and indicated that she didn't want to risk re-signing with Borchetta when it could result in him selling the label immediately after she re-signed. She likened it to her future hanging in the balance, if I recall (I'm paraphrasing here, but you get the gist).

At the very least, Taylor knew there was an extreme likelihood of him selling in the near future. However, with her father having been a shareholder at Big Machine (who presumably would have been made aware of any sale proposals), it is MUCH MIRE LIKELY that Taylor knew full well the sale of Big Machine was essentially a done deal.

The technicality here is that Taylor's fury and tantrumming stems LESS from the label having being sold (as she knew it was likely to occur), but MORE so from WHO ENDED UP BUYING IT (which she and her father likely were not fully advised of). The fact that Scooter Braun was involved is what she had her granny panties in a twist about, initially - and her issue with Braun was immature, childish and personal. However, I do think her finding out later that Soros had involvement is probably genuinely upsetting in that she realizes just how powerless and replaceable she is and was to the situation.

sandybrook said...

Sad isn’t it Tay you’re just another money-making commodity in the futures market. Just a piece of meat to drain of blood. Sorta like how you treat the people around you.

BlackBlack said...

I don't think there's a chance she'll leave Scooter Braun as long as she sells records and he wouldn't be looking to let her go. She fired him before and had to hire him back within 6 months, word on the street was that she couldn't get anyone else to represent her because Scooter was making sure no one else would step in.

YummyBoogers said...

Assuming Taylor's father did not unload his shares in Big Machine during Borchetta's sale, Taylor can still indirectly benefit from the proceeds of her past catalog. When her father passes away, she'll eventually gain access to his estate as an heir. In other words...don't go losing sleep over "poor Taylor" the fool, dancing in tune to Soro's fiddle playing. It's not like she'll be panhandling on street corners in 10 years with a soup can, strumming her guitar for loose change. She'll live comfortably for the rest of her life. There are plenty of humans out there suffering through far greater betrayals and unfair life circumstances. Taylor may not be able to psychotically control and manipulate use of her previous material to the degree she wants, but ultimately she will survive and be JUST FINE.

YummyBoogers said...

Hmmm....some of my comments from this thread have mysteriously disappeared....why is this?

YummyBoogers said...

My original comment read that Ms. Are0la Latte had better watch her step, because her manager Sc00ter apparently works in tandem with the Soros family now. I inferred that if Grande were to double-cross or upset the lizard-looking billionaires (S0R0S & Co.), then she is risking the downfall of her career. I also mentioned that Taylor appears to be learning this very lesson at the moment.

Enty, not sure what I wrote that required the deletion of my comment. Kindly tell your Enterns to stop jocking my lady-nuts, please! lol.

Aquagirl said...

@Yummy: Perfect summation of TayTay’s situation, personality, and life. I’d also imagine that Karlie’s marriage threw her for a loop. And here she’s stuck with a ‘nobody’—Joe Alwyn.

Low Key said...

I saw your original comment, Yummy. Interesting that it got deleted. Whose feathers did you ruffle, I wonder?

Guesser said...

@YummyBoogers,my post was deleted as well,and I only mentioned what Taylor had said, and the non reaction of the public and audience. So far it doesn't say comments are moderated,but they are.

Fins to the Left! said...

@YummyBoogers is spouting conspiracy theories with the Soros bit. Sheesh🤦‍♀️🤦‍♀️🤦🏼‍♀️🤦🏻‍♀️🤦🏽‍♀️🤦🏾‍♀️

bellabella said...

Scooter received funding from The Carlyle Group’s Carlyle Partners VI

If you check their associate page, Soros isn’t on it. Because Soros had nothing to do with it.

Guesser said...

Taylor herself Said Soros was part of the financial backing. That's all.

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