“2010 called, and it wants its lazy, deeply sexist joke back.”
She called out Scooter Braun’s Ithaca Holdings, the Soros family, 23 Capital, and the Carlyle Group for purchasing her music without consulting her.
She called out former radio DJ David Mueller for sexual assault in court.
She called out Netflix for including a sexist joke about her dating history in Ginny & Georgia.
She called out Kim Kardashian for recording and leaking a phone call between her and Kanye West about using her name in his song “Famous.”
She called out Apple Music for not compensating artists during its three-month free trail period.
She called out Shamrock Holdings for purchasing her masters but cutting Scooter Braun in on the deal.
She called out the Tennessee state government for using state funds to replace statues of racist historical figures after they’d been torn down.
She called out former president Donald Trump for dismantling the USPS during the presidential election.
She called out Big Machine Records for releasing an old live recording as an album without her permission.
She called out Kanye West for running onstage when she won Best Video by a Female Artist at the 2009 VMAs.
She called out Tennessee Senate candidate Marsha Blackburn for her anti-LGBTQ+ voting record as well as calling out herself for being afraid to voice her political opinions publically.
She called out the music industry for its double standards against women in “The Man.”
She called out Tina Fey for jokingly telling her to “stay away from Michael J. Fox’s son” at the 2013 Golden Globes.
She called out the US Census for its erasure of transgender and nonbinary people.
She called out Spotify for the way it compensated artists.
She called out Kim Kardashian for starting an “online hate campaign” against her.
And finally, she called out the people who weren’t respecting COVID-19 safety measures in her hometown of Nashville.
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