After publicly slamming famed Hollywood manager Scooter Braun buying her masters as a ‘bullying’ and ‘power play’ against her (click here to read more on that), ‘You Need To Calm Down’ singer Taylor Swift got that very advice from Scooter’s wife, Yael Cohen Braun.
In a lengthy message on Instagram, Yael wields some heavy allegations including claims the Grammy winner was given the option of buying her own masters and passed on it. But, just as her Braun’s wife’s stinging words were gaining traction on the net, many of Swift’s fans – affectionately called #Swifties – launched a scathing attack on Scooter’s social media handles. As they continued their harassment, even some of Taylor’s fellow celebs got in on the action and joined in the campaign to defend her under the hash tag #WeStandWithTaylor.
The hoop-la caught the attention of singer Demi Lovato, who rushed to the aid of Scooter. See all the melee inside:
Once initial reports of Scooter purchasing Taylor’s masters broke the internet, the singer herself responded with a lengthy message on Tumblr (click here to read it) and described the incident as saddening. The post must’ve been a distress signal to the 29-year-old’s devoted fanbase who immediately sprang into action in her defense with social media attacks – a move that prompted Braun’s wife to post the below:
Celebrities also jumped into the mix to take sides. Justin Bieber (as we reported here) and Demi Lovato, both clients of Scooter’s, added their comments to defend him.
Chart-topping songstress Halsey is among the celebs who have opted to take Swift’s side: