Performer Todrick Hall, who is a friend of Swift’s, defended the singer after sharing that she was “grossed out” to learn the music executive will acquire the rights to her old music.
Hall, 35, took to Twitter on Sunday night to explain why he was no longer represented by the 38-year-old talent manager.
“For those asking, I left Scooter Braun a long time ago…I am saddened by this news, but not shocked. He is an evil person who’s (sic) only concern is his wealth and feeding his disgusting ego,” Hall wrote. “I believe he is homophobic & I know from his own mouth that he is not a Swift fan.”
“I truly hope justice is served and that my friend’s music will fall into the hands of a better human,” he also tweeted.
“I would normally not say anything because I’m sure scooter will threaten me like he has before to keep me quiet, but guess what Scooter, nothing you…