Taylor Swift is set to make a statement at the American Music Awards regarding her ongoing battle with Justin Bieber’s manager, Scooter Braun. The pop singer is scheduled to perform at the 2019 AMA on Nov. 24.

Earlier this year, Taylor Swift and Braun made headlines after Braun bought the rights to all of Swift’s old hits with former label Big Machine Records. This controversial move stripped Swift of all her rights to sing her old hits without Braun’s consent.

As Swift takes the big stage at the AMAs to receive her Artist of the Decade Award, she will reportedly express her feelings about the Scooter Braun controversy. It can be recalled that the singer drew attention on Nov. 14 when she took to social media to release a statement exposing Scooter and Scott. According to her, the two producers were blocking her from performing her old hit songs at the upcoming AMAs because they had claimed it would be like re-recording her hits.

Swift also said Braun and Borchetta did not allow her to use her old songs in a future Netflix documentary about her life, unless she agrees to not re-record copycat versions of her old songs in 2020. The crooner also claimed that Braun and Borchetta stopped her from talking about them publicly, which the two have already denied. According to Big Machine, they do not have the right to keep Swift from performing live anywhere.

While what Swift is going to perform at the AMAs remains to be seenn, recent reports suggest that the latest uproar involving Big Machine and Scooter Braun has caused Swift to potentially change up what she originally intended to perform at the big event.

“She is now figuring out all the details on everything and what she will actually perform and say when she accepts the award but it has come to a point now where she knows that it will be her most raw and real performance ever,” said a source.

The source also teased that Swift’s upcoming performance at the AMAs would not be just a regular show performance, as she wants it to be the most memorable one she has ever done. “It is important that she makes a statement with her performance and her words because it is going to echo loudly in the music industry and she is ready to make a statement,” the source said.

Taylor Swift Taylor Swift at Gillette Stadium - Foxboro, Massachusetts, June 5, 2010. meltedheadaches/Flickr