Taylor Swift is shaking off the haters.

The singer, 32, has issued a response to a 2017 copyright lawsuit through which songwriters Sean Corridor and Nathan Butler, who wrote the 3LW track “Playas Gon’ Play,” accused Taylor of plagiarizing their lyrics for her 2014 hit “Shake It Off.”

Sean and Nathan allege that Taylor stole the lyrics “Playas gon’ play / And haters, they gon’ hate” traces from the 2001 track to make use of in her Grammy-nominated observe as, “‘Trigger the gamers gonna play, play, play, play, play / And the haters gonna hate, hate, hate, hate, hate.”

In courtroom paperwork obtained by CelebHomes Information, Taylor denied allegations that she took their traces and mentioned, “the lyrics to ‘Shake It Off’ had been written totally by me.”

“I co-wrote ‘Shake It Off’ with Karl Martin Sandberg, identified professionally as Max Martin, and Karl Johan Schuster, professionally often known as Shellback, at Conway Recording Studios in Los Angeles, in February 2014,” she wrote within the declaration filed Aug. 8.