Pop singer Taylor Swift reportedly ignored calls from music mogul Scooter Braun after the “Reputation” singer blasted him online Sunday.
Braun acquired Big Machine Records, which owns all of Swift’s music up until 2017, over the weekend, according to a report published by The Blast. After the acquirement announcement went public, Swift wrote a statement saying this decision was her “worst case scenario” and that she was never given an opportunity to buy her own music.
“Essentially, my musical legacy is about to lie in the hands of someone who tried to dismantle it,” Swift wrote.
Meanwhile, sources said Braun was “shocked” by Swift’s reaction and that the mogul, who works with artists such as Justin Bieber and Ariana Grande, attempted to get ahold of Swift to talk about the situation in a “mature and private” way. (RELATED: Taylor Swift Is Feuding With Entertainment Mogul Scooter Braun)
As someone who is really a fan of all of Swift’s music, this new drama she has entangled herself in just seems a little pointless. She allegedly did have the opportunity to buy her music back, but didn’t take it.
Braun also was reportedly in the running to buy the record company the whole time and Swift was also aware of that.
This just isn’t a good look for Swift. You’d think that after all the stuff she’s been through that she’d just lay low. She can’t seem to do that though.