Let the drama unravel! Taylor continues to feud with Scooter Braun- and celebrities are chiming in on both SIDES.
"Somewhere you have told a story to yourself that you have the right to change history, facts and re-frame every any story you want to fix with any narrative you wish," Logan wrote in a letter published in a since-deleted tweet (via The Daily Mail). "But, as someone who has been by Scott's side from before you were born, I'm not going to sit on the sidelines and allow you to rewrite history and bend the truth to justify your lack of understanding of a business deal."
He continued, "The facts will come out, you will be proven wrong and people will begin to see that the world you perpetuate, only through your lens, is NOT reality."
Logan, who also served as former president of Oprah Winfrey's OWN network, then went on to slam the "Mean" singer's personal and professional integrity, writing, "I also find it very interesting your use of the word bully. As I watch you attempt to re-write history and parse words, all from your massive platform, I'm reminded that's what a real bully would do."
"For someone who draws such power from being the "voice" and against all the things you talk about, I'm watching you violate what you allegedly stand for," he wrote, adding, "You're the real bully. Your power is fading, your shine is dull and this is what bully's [sic] do, they lash out - especially when they are called to stand in the truth."
Logan accused Swift of lying about the Big Machine offering her to buy her masters back, writing, "You can be mad at yourself that you didn't want to accept a deal that you should have. That's okay, in the real world that happens all the time. But you don't get the right to twist the truth."
He closed with a backhanded compliment: "You are one of the most talented and gifted performers and writers the industry has ever seen, but this is one area where you're [sic] attempt to rewrite history just won't work."
On Sunday, Swift wrote on Tumblr, "For years I asked, pleaded for a chance to own my work. Instead, I was given an opportunity to sign back up to Big Machine Records and ‘earn’ one album back at a time, one for every new one I turned in. I walked away because I knew once I signed that contract, Scott Borchetta would sell the label, thereby selling me and my future. I had to make the excruciating choice to leave behind my past. Music I wrote on my bedroom floor and videos I dreamed up and paid for from the money I earned playing in bars, then clubs, then arenas, then stadiums."