Scooter Braun’s Business Partner Allison Kaye Calls Out Taylor Swift, Slams Todrick Hall’s Statements

Allison Kaye, the President of SB Projects, is defending her business partner Scooter Braun following his purchase of Big Machine Label Group, which includes Taylor Swift‘s master recordings.

The music exec took to Instagram to share Yael Cohen Braun‘s message to Taylor and then she wrote her own plea to the singer to not make this about gender.

Allison later replied to Todrick Hall‘s tweets about the situation and accused him of making defamatory statements about Scooter.

“I must call out the absolutely reprehensible action of making any of this about gender… I can categorically say that @scooterbraun is not only a good man who supports all women – particularly you, who he has defended and advocated for behind close doors more times than i can say – but he also owns a company run mostly by women,” Allison wrote on Instagram. “A company in which I am both president and a named partner. As a woman who has been working so hard for equality in the music industry, @taylorswift I beg of you, please don’t cheapen the efforts of those who came before you.”

“As women we have struggled for so long to be treated commensurately with our male counterparts – not to be given special accommodations because the parties on the other side of the table happen to be male,” she added. “As women we don’t need those type of allowances – we are strong, smart and capable of the same things men are and deserve the same respect they receive – hence the desire for an equal playing field. Asking for anything but that is childish and immature and absolutely not befitting of the strong adult female leader we both know you can be.”

Click inside to read Allison Kaye’s exchange with Todrick Hall…

Todrick used to be signed with Scooter and he says he left him.

“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 only concern is his wealth and feeding his disgusting ego. I believe he is homophobic & I know from his own mouth that he is not a Swift fan,” he tweeted.

Allison replied, “this is disgusting and defamatory statement. We dropped you after finding out you were stealing from your fans on your Christmas tour. Scooter has been nothing but supportive of all disenfranchised groups. He is against dishonesty. Not those living in their truth.”

You can see all of their tweets below.

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