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Taylor Swift turned to her followers for help, and Twitter has definitely taken up the charge.
After Swift shared a lengthy message with her fans on Thursday, claiming that Scooter Braun and Scott Borchetta are banning her from playing her old hits during the upcoming American Music Awards -- and are allegedly not signing off on her music being used in a Netflix documentary about her career -- it wasn't long before the Swifties came out in droves to show their support.
The #IStandWithTaylor tag soon began trending as fans and fellow celebs alike came out in support of the songstress, and began to slam what they felt was an example of a misogynist patriarchy suppressing Swift's freedom of expression.
"Solidarity with Taylor here, this sounds awful," singer Lily Allen tweeted. "And people wonder why music hasn't had its #MeToo moment?"