Taylor Swift does not remain silent about the sale of his masters to Scooter Braun.
On Sunday, in a mock Tumblr, the pop superstar writes that he is sad and pointed out that his music catalog now belongs to Braun whom she accuses of undergoing in years of incessant and manipulative intimidation, referring to clashes with Kim Kardashian and Kanye West.
"This is my worst scenario," writes Swift.
Ithaca Holdings from Braun announced on Sunday that Big Money Machine Group is acquiring, which released all Swift studio albums and owns its masters. Swift says he knew about the sale on Sunday.
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Swift left Big Machine and signed up with Universal Music Group in November because he says that he knew that signing up with the group he had been managing since he was 15 would only give him his future job.
"When I left my teachers in their hands (founder of Big Machine Label Group Scott Borchetta), I made peace with the fact that they finally sold them," he writes.
"Never in my worst nightmares I did not imagine that the buyer would be Scooter."
Braun claims, he claimed that two clients, including Justin Bieber, intimidated him on line with a shot fragment and illegally engraved a call he had with Kardashian.
It also refers to West, a Braun customer, who organized a "pornographic revenge video that sheds my naked body."
He writes that Braun now "undressed her" the work of his life that "he did not have the opportunity to buy."
"My musical legacy is about to fall into the hands of someone who tried to disassemble it," he writes.
The representatives of Braun and Borchetta did not respond immediately to the request for comments.
Swift finished his message looking for the future and affirms that, fortunately, "he has signed a label that he thinks he should possess whatever I believe."
He also advocates ownership of song artists and hopes that the next generation "read this and know how to best protect yourself in a negotiation."
"I'm always proud of my previous work," he added, making sure to connect his new album, Lover which will be published on August 23.