The whole thing started with a brawl between Taylor Swift and Scooter
Pop singer Taylor Swift has blocked the globally recognized singer Justin Bieber, Demi Lovato, Sia and Kacey Musgraves. She has blocked these celebrities after they came in support of well-known music manager Scooter Braun with whom swift’s feud has intensified in past few days. The news comes from Tay’s Spotify twitter account.
Taylor is cutting ties with everyone who is supporting Scooter
It seems like she is breaking ties with everyone who is coming in support of Scooter who accused of her life’s work. Justin Bieber was the first one to support Scooter when he posted a message on his Instagram handle. He wrote that taking someone on social media and get people to hate him isn’t right. Demi Lovato also wrote that Scooter is the nicest person She knows and one should stop dragging or bullying someone because there is enough hate in this world.
The 29-year-old singer wrote a scathing Tumblr post about Scooter’s “manipulative bullying” ways.
The 29-year-old singer wrote a scathing Tumblr post about Scooter’s “manipulative bullying” ways. This came after Scooter’s June 30 acquisition of Big Machine label group which in turn helped him become the owner of most of the Swift’s discography.
Tussle is little like SRK-Salman one, where two camps have emerged
The singing world seems to be going through the 2008 phase of Bollywood when the Industry got divided into two camps after a fight between Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan. Few singers are supporting Taylor Swift and few are on the side of the music manager. Selena Gomez, Rihanna, Nicki Minaj, Camila Cabello, Miley Cyrus, and Adele have come in support of the “ME” singer by unfollowing Scooter on Social Media. Ariana Grande who is a client of Scooter deleted her Instagram story in which she congratulated the manager. Halsey also wrote a lengthy tweet in support of Tay.
— h (@halsey) June 30, 2019
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