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Taylor Swift speaks out regarding her music catalog purchase by Scooter Braun

Taylor Swift is not happy with the recent music catalog purchase made by Scooter Braun. She speaks hard about Braun.

In a post on Tumblr post, Swift made it clear that she’s not happy about Braun purchase of her master’s company.

According to the post, she clearly stated that Braun subjects her to incessant and manipulative bullying.

Braun’s Ithaca Holdings made it known publicly that it will be acquiring Big Machine Label Group.

However, swift has so far stated that she was never aware of the recent acquisition of her master’s company.

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A spoke person for swift claims that she was never aware of the sale that automatically made Braun own her music catalog.

Taylor says that Braun didn’t give her the opportunity to buy her life work and that this will not go well with her music career.

“My musical legacy is about to lie in the hands of someone who tried to dismantle it,” she writes.

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$300 million purchase of Swift’s music catalog by Braun is not welcomed by Tylor Swift.

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According to a report, swift father was never aware of the purchase, this is because he’s no member of the board.

In other to keep things cool, Bieber recently sent a comment via Instagram to swift.

He also made it clear that Braun did not have anything to do with what happened in the past between them.

The response to swift’s post about Braun’s purchase didn’t only end with Bieber, Braun’s wife also dropped a message for Taylor switch on Instagram as well.

“Your dad is a shareholder and was notified and Borchetta personally told you before this came out,” Cohen alleges. “My husband is anything but a Bully.”

Taylor Swift speaks out regarding her music catalogs purchase

From her other post about Braun’s purchase, she said: “I will always be proud of my past work.”