Scooter Braun may not be a household name for most people. But in the entertainment world, the manager is a star in his own right. Braun has worked with some of the most important names in music, such as Kanye West and Justin Bieber, and in some cases, he has also been fired. Ariana Grande's manager, Braun, spoke about his farewell during a conversation with Variety. And it seems that their separation made these two appreciate their working relationship even more.
Braun explained to Variety that when Grande dismissed him in February 2016, he did not say anything negative about her, in case they worked together in the future. "With Ariana, I could have said many things and, in fact, my team wanted me to do it, because they were angry," she told the magazine. "But I said:" We're not going to say a word, and this is going to come back. "It seems that his intuition was correct, because the singer of" God is a woman "hired him again in September. of 2016, by Billboard.
The manager also hinted that one of the ex-Grande could have been, at least in part, responsible for the professional division. "When her friends leave, she begins to see the light in some things, and one day I received a call," said Braun. Variety. "She said:" Can I see you tomorrow? "And I said:" No, I'm busy. "I really could not, so I said," I could see you on Thursday & # 39; 39, or whatever, and I went there, and we had a very honest conversation. "
Braun also explained that the experience with Grande helped him become a better manager, because a client had never let him go. "He made her and her very tense, because now, when we get into those fights and she comes to me, I just say," Woah, do you want to go back to where we were? "And then it calms down little, "he said Variety. "And that relationship we had, since we were fired until we were together again, really gave us strength for what we never imagined would come next year."
Although it is not clear who is the "boyfriend" that Braun mentioned, it seems that he might They have been a little dismissive of Grande's relationship at that time. Your comment on her "see[ing] The light "after a break suggests that he does not believe that she was thinking for herself in her relationship, at least with that person, but in any case, it seems that disagreement is a way in her past now, and that Braun and Great have developed a greater mutual respect, which ultimately is what matters most.
Braun and Grande have known each other for years, and it seems that their differences are in the past, at least for the most part. (However, it is hard to imagine that Grande would be thrilled to hear the words that Braun used to describe his ex.) Professional relationships, like any other, are based on trust. And after their separation in 2016, it seems that the singer and the manager have more faith in the other than ever.