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Monday, July 1, 2019

Scooter Braun encouraging Ariana Grande to stay quiet

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The tempest in a tea cup that took over the news cycle on Sunday continues into the holiday week, as Taylor Swift supporters like Haim and Allesia Cara add their name to the social media squad, while Scooter Braun defenders include clients Demi Lovato and Justin Bieber.

Braun’s SB Projects is home to such artists as Ariana Grande, Martin Garrix, Tori Kelly, Dan + Shay, Carly Rae Jepsen and Karlie Kloss, among others.

Will Grande join in the chorus? “She’s frustrated by the whole thing,” says a source, who suggests that Grande wants to speak out but Braun “is encouraging all of his acts to stay out of it.”

Braun himself is staying quiet and in an effort to diffuse further provocation, recently removing an endorsement of an Instagram post by Miami restauranteur David Grutman that seemingly mocks the situation by writing, “When your friend buys Taylor Swift.”

Braun’s business partner and Grande manager Allison Kaye posted a message on Sunday backing up Braun’s wife Yael Cohen Braun, who insiders say was prompted to go public out of concern for her kids’ safety. The Brauns are said to be “shocked and horrified” at the hate being directed at them from Swift fans and supporters, including former management client Todrick Hall, who appears in Swift’s latest video for the song “You Need to Calm Down.”

Source: Variety

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