Pop star Taylor Swift has taken a dig at the Jewish Soros family for their role – or rather purported interest – in the fresh unapproved release of her 2008 live performance.

“Hey Guys – I want to thank my fans for making me aware that my former record label is putting out an ‘album’ of live performances of mine tonight. This recording is from a 2008 radio show performance I did when I was 18. Big Machine has listed the date as a 2017 release but they’re actually releasing it tonight at midnight”, Taylor Swift posted on Instagram.

She went on to jeer at Scooter Braun, an American entertainment executive, and his financial backers – the Soros family – who controversially purchased the rights to her music catalog (at least 6 albums) last year.

“It looks to me like Scooter Braun and his financial backers, 23 Capital, Alex Soros, and the Soros family and The Carlyle Group have seen the latest balance sheets and realized that paying $330 MILLION for my music wasn’t exactly a wise choice and they need money”, she continued her rant, shaming the financier and the music manager:

“In my opinion… Just another case of shameless greed in the time of coronavirus. So tasteless, but very transparent”, Swift wrote.

The singer’s unwanted new full-length album reportedly features live renditions of eight hits from her first two albums, including tunes like “Teardrops on My Guitar,” “Love Story”, and “Fearless”.