While Scooter Braun may want to put this feud behind him, Taylor Swift doesn't seem to be ready. Less than 24 hours after the star took to Tumblr to post her thoughts on Scooter acquiring her former record label Big Machine Label Group, the businessman is trying to resolve their issues.
On Sunday, June 30, news broke of Scooter, 38, buying Scott Borchetta’s Big Machine Label Group — Taylor's former record label until November 2018 — for $300 million and in turn owning the singer's music catalog and the masters of her first six albums.
A few hours later, Taylor took to Tumblr to share her thoughts on the businessman owning majority of her released music and said this is her "worst case scenario."
"All I could think about was the incessant, manipulative bullying I’ve received at his hands for years," the star said before referencing Scooter's client Kanye West's "Famous" video and the cyber bullying she claimed to receive after the fact.
Since then, many celebrities have taken sides and while Scooter has reportedly tried reaching out to Taylor to smooth things over, insiders claim she has no interest in talking with him at the moment.
Many sources connected to the deal told The Blast that the 38-year-old, who is best known for discovering Justin Bieber in 2008, "reached out through mutual friends on Monday morning to engage in a 'mature and private' phone call with Swift."
Another insider told Variety that Scooter's "attempts to reach Swift directly have so far been fruitless."
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