Day three of Taylor versus Scooter, and things are only getting more intense. Swift is reportedly screening Braun's apology calls, and numerous celebrities have thrown their support behind her — including Cara Delevingne and musician Todrick Hall. Today, recent Swift collaborator Brendon Urie weighed in, passionately siding with his friend.
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Urie called out Braun on his Twitch channel, which is very on brand. "This fucking Scooter Braun shit, what a piece of shit, right? You guys know about this dude? It broke my heart," he said during a live stream last night. "I read Taylor's statement and I was like, sounds about right, you know? Toxic dudes doing toxic bullshit in this toxic industry." He continued: "He doesn't sound like a very good person, does he? I stand with Taylor, of course."
A feminist ally! Urie clearly bonded with Swift when they recorded "Me!," the first single from her upcoming Lover album — her first record to be released with Universal, as opposed to Big Machine, her old label which Braun now owns. Read a comprehensive rundown of that whole situation here.
More drama: longtime Swift ally Ed Sheeran is under heavy scrutiny from stans who think he should make a statement against Braun, as Urie has. Responding to one of them in his Instagram comments section, Sheeran said he was consoling Swift privately.
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