Please take a moment to scream HER MIND at your computer because Taylor Swift has outdone herself when it comes to easter eggs. Mostly because said easter egg is a truly next-level dig at Scooter Braun, who infamously purchased Taylor’s masters against her wishes. The moment in question goes down in Ryan Reynolds’ new Match ad, which is soundtracked by a re-recorded version of Taylor’s song “Love Story.”

    The ad features Satan falling in love with the personified version of 2020, and shows them having several romantic moments in this dumpster fire year—including a scene in front of a literal dumpster fire—which has a fallen scooter lying next to it along with the number 6 written on the wall.

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    Taylor confirmed she’d begun re-recording her songs in a post last month, explaining that Scooter recently sold her music behind her back for $300 million: “This was the second time my music has been sold without my knowledge,” she said. “They wanted to reach out before the sale to let me know, but that Scooter Braun had required that they make no contact with me or my team, or the deal would be off.”

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    Meanwhile, her fans are loving this fallen scooter moment:

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    In conclusion: Taylor continues to be a genius.

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