Many celebrities are taking sides in the wake of Taylor Swift's scathing post about Scooter Braun buying the rights to all of her old music, and Demi Lovato has chosen to side with Scooter - who happens to be her new manager.
Taylor accused Scooter of “bullying” her many times in the past, and said that her "musical legacy is about to lie in the hands of someone who tried to dismantle it.”
Demi was quick to post on her Instagram story soon after Taylor's post, saying that "he's a good man."
“I value loyalty more than most people in this world and if my name is gonna be brought into conversations I’m gonna stand up for myself and the ones on my team,” she added.
Demi announced in May that she had hired Scooter as her new manager.
Justin Bieber and Scooter's wife Yael also came to his defense on their Instagram pages, while stars like Halsey, Cara Delevigne, Todrick Hall, and Brendon Urie have taken Taylor's side.