‘Scooter Braun’ Is Bullying “Taylor Swift” on the Social Media And Acquiring the Rights to Her Old Music


    Taylor Swift is currently NOT happy about Scooter Braun acquiring the rights to her old music — calling him a longtime bully, and dubbing the business move as gross.

    Taylor Swift took to Tumblr Sunday to blast Scooter Braun manager of Justin Bieber, Ariana Grande, and Kanye West– who is just saying that Taylor old music has his rights, in a $300-million-plus deal — Taylor Swift is accusing Scooter of being an industry punk.

    What she learned from Scooter, Taylor Swift mentions in her post — Some fun facts about today’s news: I learned about Scooter Braun’s purchase of my masters as it was announced to the world. All I could think about was the incessant, manipulative bullying I’ve received at his hands for years.

    Taylor Swift made a splash in the world of music in 2006. She’s a Grammy Award-winning singer and songwriter who’s most popular album Reputation sold approximately  1.05 million copies, in the U.S. over its first four days. Along with that, the album surpassed 1 million in sales for its opening week,  making reputation the top-selling album of 2017. By the end of the year, reputation had also been honored with Favorite Pop/Rock Album at the AMAs and Top Selling Album at the Billboard Music Awards.

    It was recently on April 26, 2019, that Swift debuted the duet “ME!” with Brendon Urie of Panic! At the Disco.  The video includes the two of them singing and dancing amid a panoply of elaborate sets and swirling pastel colors. It was not all an easy way, Taylor had to go through loads of teasing by the fans before the album was even announced. In mid-June, she dropped another new single “You Need to Calm Down” and revealed the name of her upcoming album, Lover, which is set for a late August release.t

    With bright pastel pallets and lyrics like “You can’t spell awesome without me,” the playful track “ME,” is a  total dramatic swing from Swift’s previous lead singing ” look what you made me do.”

    That album of Swift used harsher sounds and largely black-and-white visual content. “Reputation” witnessed the singer grappling with perceived backlash and embracing snake imagery. Whereas “Me!” is more chipper, and was presented in a wash of opal, springtime pastels, rainbows, cats and sparkles. The beautiful music video begins, a snake bursts into a swarm of colorful butterflies and easter eggs dropping.

     Moreover, her new single ” you need to calm down ” has attracted loads of appreciation

    The video for You Need to Calm Down takes a stand against discrimination towards LGBT communities. This is something Swift has always supported.

    The lyrics themselves do actively call out homophobic individuals and question their negativity towards acceptance and the celebration of love. I am giving them an equal and fair chance to choose.

    Thus, her new album ” Lover” is being awaited.