Todrick Hall took off his earrings and kicked off his heels in a public feud with entertainment mogul Scooter Braun.

Todrick, a well-known choreographer and singer, defended Taylor Swift in her dispute with Scooter over ownership of her back catalog.

Scooter incurred Taylor’s wrath when he acquired her last six albums in a $300 million deal to buy her old record label, Big Machine Label Group.

Taylor was furious that she was not given the opportunity to buy her own catalog.

After news broke of the sale, Taylor lashed out at Scooter on Instagram, writing that she feels “betrayed” and “grossed out” by the sale. She claims he bullied her in the past when she argued with one of his clients, Kanye West, over his depiction of her as completely nude in his “Famous” music video.

“I stand with Taylor,” singer Katy Perry wrote, adding: “Stay strong my friend.”

Other stars, including Todrick Hall, took the opportunity to blast Scooter as a bully and homophobe.

“For those asking, I left Scooter Braun a long time ago,” Todrick writes. “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.

“Also…….. Men sending women in (their wives) to carry out their patriarchal bullshit is the worst form of feminist and human betrayal of all time – looking at you Yael and Hailey,” he wrote, referring to Scooter’s wife, Yael, and singer Demi Lovato.

Todrick added: “I would normally not say anything because I’m sure scooter will threaten me like he has before to keep me quiet, but guess what Scooter, nothing you can do to me would be worst than the 6 years of my life I can’t get back from when & I was ignored as your “artist”

He then addressed Demi Lovato, who is one of the artists on Scooter’s roster. Demi weighed in after someone shared screenshots of Todrick’s tweets on Instagram.

“Hey boo, idk [I don’t know] you or anything and this isn’t hate, but making claims that someone is homophobic is really serious. Please don’t spread information that isn’t true because I can guarantee you Scooter isn’t. As a member of the LGBTQ+ community myself, he wouldn’t have signed me if he was. No hate just trying to clear that up.”

Todrick wasn’t here for Demi calling him “boo”.

“Dear Demi, first off… why did you delete your tweet? Secondly, I love you and listen to your music religiously, but thirdly, you cannot compare your experience to mine, especially with someone I was with for six years and you’ve only just signed with. PSA, Just because you have a black friend doesn’t mean you can’t still be racist. And just because you’re not picketing against gay marriage doesn’t mean you’re not homophobic. I said what I said and I believe what I believe.”

Then Todrick addressed Scooter directly for sending Demi to fight his battles.

“Also, stop using your one client who identifies as queer to stand up for you. There’s no way Demi saw my tweet, that means someone from your team is reaching out to them, using them to defend you. Fight your own battles.”

Scooter’s most famous client, Justin Bieber, posted a throwback image of himself with Taylor on Instagram. Justin apologized for an old Instagram post the singer cited as evidence of Scooter’s social media bullying, denying it had anything to do with his manager.

“I have dealt with bad people in this industry and Scooter is not one of them,” Justin wrote. “Personally, I’m grateful he came into my life when he did. Please stop “dragging” people or bullying them. There’s enough hate in this world as it is.”

Big Machine’s chief, has claimed Taylor knew about the deal before it went through, posting contractual documents as proof. He also noted that Taylor’s dad sits on the board of Big Machine Label and he chose not to participate on a shareholder’s conference call about Taylor’s catalog last week.

Other stars have since weighed in, dragging Taylor for putting Scooter on blast.

A mess!

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