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Taylor Swift and Justin Bieber at odds in spat over her music catalog

Reuters Monday, 1 July 2019
Pop superstar Taylor Swift has attacked Justin Bieber's manager for buying her music catalog, prompting Bieber to come to his defense in a heated online spat that has drawn in several top figures in the music industry.
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Pop superstar Taylor Swift has attacked Justin Bieber’s manager for buying her music catalog.

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