Justin Bieber and Scooter Braun’s Relationship Status Revealed – You Won’t Believe the Latest News

Justin Bieber’s long-time manager, Scooter Braun, is not parting ways with the ‘Baby’ singer, despite recent rumors to the contrary. Representatives for the 29-year-old pop star and the 42-year-old manager clarified to Page Six on Friday (18.08.23) that they have not ended their professional relationship, dispelling earlier claims that they had not communicated in months, which had sent fans into a frenzy.

Scooter Braun hasn’t publicly addressed the rumors, but on Friday he posted pictures on Instagram of him having fun on a trip with friends, including 44-year-old Usher. He captioned the upload with a simple “Love.”

Meanwhile, Justin Bieber has not shared any new posts on his Instagram feed since May 18, when he congratulated his wife, Hailey, 26, on the launch of her Rhode UK line, expressing his pride in her.

Justin Bieber and Scooter Braun have shared a close professional bond since the manager discovered the young singer’s music videos on YouTube in 2006. Braun played a pivotal role in helping Bieber launch all of his chart-topping albums.

In recent years, Scooter Braun has been in the headlines due to an ongoing feud with Taylor Swift, 33, regarding the ownership of her master recordings. He has publicly acknowledged learning an “important lesson” from the dispute, admitting that he had assumed Taylor would engage in discussions with him after the acquisition, an assumption he now sees as stemming from a “place of arrogance.”

During an appearance on NPR’s ‘The Limits with Jay Williams,’ Scooter Braun stated, “The regret I have there is that I made the assumption that everyone – once the deal was done – was going to have a conversation with me, see my intent, see my character and say, ‘Great, let’s be in business together.’ I made that assumption with people that I didn’t know… (and) I can never make that assumption again. I can’t put myself in a place of, you know, arrogance to think that someone would just be willing to have a conversation and be excited to work with me.”

In 2020, Scooter Braun sold Taylor Swift’s masters for more than $300 million, leading Taylor to embark on re-recording her first six albums to regain control of her music.


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