Nov 22, 2019 5:45 PM PST
According to a report from PageSix.com, Scooter Braun has been calling out the singer-songwriter, Taylor Swift, on his social media account lately, except this time, his tone has changed. Scooter took to his Instagram account earlier Thursday to plead with the singer to stop telling her fans to threaten him and his family.
The 38-year-old manager, on his Instagram account, dished on the feud between himself and the 29-year-old singer, stating that he wanted their bad blood to end. The star claimed the root of their problems had more to do with a “miscommunication” than anything else.
Moreover, the super-manager stated that he refused to engage in a social media battle with the singer, who’s gearing up to accept an award for her accomplishments across the last decade. You can check out Scooter’s post below:
According to Braun, there have been many threats against himself and his family ever since the feud began in the summertime, however, it appears to be worsening.
As it was previously reported, Taylor was on her social media earlier this week where she asked her fans to please let Scooter and Scott know how they felt about her master recordings dilemma.
Furthermore, Braun claims the pop-star has been ignoring their request to have a personal conversation. Braun is the manager of some of the biggest pop-stars in the world right now, including Ariana Grande and Justin Bieber.
In his IG post, Braun pointed out that it almost appears as if Taylor really has no intention of ever resolving their conflict. Scooter added that the singer can perform any songs she wants to at the American Music Awards this weekend and added that she never needed their permission to do so in the first place.
Braun screenshotted a message from one deranged fan who told Scooter to go “die” with all of his children and his wife. The person stated they would “buy a gun tmr and them shoot you allin the head.” Thus far, Taylor hasn’t responded to anything that Scooter has said on his social media.
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