Apple Music Backs Down After Taylor Swift Letter: Twitter Reacts

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There used to be bad blood, but now there's only mad love.

Barely 24 hours after an open letter by Taylor Swift, Apple Music backed down and said it would pay labels for the rights to stream their music during a 90-day free trial. 

Swift's epic tussles with first Spotify and now Apple have solidified her position as perhaps the most powerful woman in entertainment, never mind music.

The "Bad Blood" singer's power and influence has set social media ablaze with people equal parts stunned and incredibly thankful that a global megacorporation like Apple would yield so swiftly to the will of, err, Swift.