Pop star Taylor Swift's fan base, known as Swifties, continues to attack music executive Scooter Braun and his family, according to multiple sources. The feud between Swift and Braun began in 2019 when Braun purchased the rights to her early masters' catalog. Swift's recent release of the re-recorded version of her Speak Now album has reignited her fan base, leading to threats against Braun and his family. These threats have included anti-Semitic comments and death threats. However, Swift has not publicly addressed her fan base or asked them to stop.
New information has emerged suggesting that Swift or her team may have been aware of the sale of her masters ahead of its announcement in June 2019. Previously, Swift had accused Braun of bullying and manipulation, particularly through his client Kanye West's release of the song "Famous." However, it was recently revealed that Swift's father, Scott Swift, knew about the sale and made a significant profit from it. Sources now claim that either Swift knew about the sale or her team knew and did not inform her.
Despite these revelations, Swift's fans continue to harass those involved in the masters deal. Some insiders argue that Swift has perpetuated a victim narrative to maintain support from her fan base. They claim that her team and her father were aware of the deal and that if anyone kept information from her, it was her own people.
The ongoing harassment directed at Braun and his family has raised concerns about their safety. Swift has not made any public statements asking her fans to stop their behavior. Critics argue that she has profited from this manufactured drama, while real people's lives are being affected.
It is important to note that the sources cited in this article come from The U.S. Sun and may have their own biases or agendas. The U.S. Sun also reached out to Swift's representative for comment, but no response was received.