Following a heated feud with Taylor Swift over his purchase of her former record label, manager Scooter Braun seemingly poked fun at the drama on Tuesday. Aside from commenting back to fans, Scooter has remained relatively mum about his drama with Taylor Swift following the purchase of her former label Big Machine.
On Tuesday, the manager — whose clients include Ariana Grande and Justin Bieber — seemingly poked fun at the tension by posting his own version of the FaceApp challenge, in which people reveal how they’ll look later in life, on Instagram. “Last couple of weeks have really taken a toll on me,” Braun, 38, captioned his photo, along with a smiley emoji.
The comments on the snap ranged from celebrities gushing over his look, Handsome x,” wrote Sam Smith, to friends roasting him, “No please!!” wrote Tricky Stewart to Taylor fans dragging him.
After Taylor claimed she learned of the sale of Big Machine to Scooter with the rest of the world and accused the manager of “manipulative bullying” over the years via a Tumblr post, it’s been a game of pointing fingers between the singer, Scooter and Big Machine co-founder Scott Borchetta, 57, who first signed the singer when she was a teen to his then-fledgeling label.