Taylor Swift fans don’t think it’s a coincidence that as the date where the singer can re-record most of her early albums approaches that the one she can’t has conveniently seemed to disappear from music streaming services like Apple Music and iTunes.

Fans quickly took to Twitter to make #BringRepBack trend after noticing the singer’s 6th album, “Reputation,” had seemingly disappeared from the services Oct. 27. While some wondered if it was just a possible glitch and the album and songs on it—which includes “Look What You Made Me Do,” “I Did Something Bad,” “Delicate” and “Gorgeous”--would be back, others quickly accused Scooter Braun and Scott Borchetta, who currently own the rights to her songs and first albums recorded with Big Machine Records, of removing the songs in retaliation for the singer soon being able to re-record the songs that catapulted her career.

The feud between Swift and the two men began in 2019, after Braun acquired Big Machine Records and the masters of Swift‘s first six albums, and came to a head after she was reportedly told she couldn’t perform any of the songs from her first five albums--“Taylor Swift,” “Fearless,” “Speak Now,” “Red” and “1989”--at the American Music Awards or in her Netflix documentary because it would be seen as “re-recording” the songs before she would gain ownership of them, which, after she left Big Machine Records, was something that would happen in November 2020. Borchetta responded to her online plea to fans with a statement of his own, claiming that wasn’t the case.

Swift later went on to perform some of the songs from those albums, but the feud continued, reigniting in April of this year when news broke that Braun was planning to release an album of her Live performances, leading to Swift once again taking to social media as she bashed the decision. She also seemed to reference the drama in songs on her eighth album, “Folklore.”

Neither Swift, Braun nor Borchetta has spoken out about the disappearance of “Reputation.”

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PARK CITY, UT - JANUARY 23: Singer Taylor Swift is seen on Main Street during the Sundance Film Festival on January 23, 2020 in Park City, Utah. (Photo by Mat Hayward/GC Images) (Photo by Mat Hayward/GC Images)