Gigi Hadid, Halsey, Lily Allen, Brendon Urie, and Ruby Rose are among the stars to offer support to Taylor Swift in her latest row with Scooter Braun.
The "Look What You Made Me Do" hitmaker claimed on Twitter on Thursday that a proposed Netflix documentary and her performance at the American Music Awards (AMAs) are in doubt because the music mogul and her former label boss Scott Borchetta won't allow the use of her old music unless she stops her criticism of Scooter taking over her former record label, Big Machine, from Scott, and drops her plans to re-record her back catalogue to get around the fact the executive now owns her master recordings under the terms of the deal.
And after calling for support on the issue, a number of her famous friends have blasted the businessmen.
Her "Me!" collaborator Brendon Urie said on his livestream: "Scooter Braun s**t, like what a piece of s**t, right? You guys know about this dude?
"It just like broke my heart, I read Taylor's statement and I was like, 'That sounds about right.' Toxic dudes doing toxic bulls**t in this toxic industry."