American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift was allegedly taken to court by FTX for facilitating the exchange. Sources say the deal was worth more than $100 million for her and was reportedly driven by her FTX executive Claire Watanabe.
Award-winning singer Taylor Swift allegedly brought to court by FTX executives
Financial Times (FT) published report }, FTX said: Taylor Swift has over $100 million in sponsorship deals. Swift is a well-known American singer with numerous platinum-certified albums under her umbrella. Swift and her FTX sponsorship deal reportedly stalled and never materialized.
Swift’s FTX contract with her will reportedly end this spring, according to FT sources, but the FT also cites sources who claim: The source further emphasized to the FT that “the discussion was about a potential tour sponsorship that did not materialize.” said he was the one who pushed the Swift sponsorship deal with FTX. Reportedly, many of FTX’s market staff weren’t happy with the idea of Swift’s sponsorship, believing the deal to do it was “extremely expensive” and “really outrageous.” I was.
Another insider said her FTX employee said FTX executives were “mildly endorsing” the now-defunct cryptocurrency exchange on her social media accounts. I clarified that I tried to apply it to Swift. According to sources familiar with Swift’s deal, the award-winning singer never considered endorsing her FTX.
Sources who claim FTX courted her Swift to endorse her $100 million+ exchange follow a long list of celebrities who have endorsed FTX. Tom Brady, Gisele Bündchen, William Trevor Lawrence, Kevin O’Leary, Naomi Osaka, David Ortiz, Stephen Curry, Udonis Haslem, Shaquille O’Neal, Shohei Ohtani, Lawrence Jean David and many more and athletes are named. In a class action lawsuit against investors for alleged misleading.
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