Everything is going to settle down, eventually. Ariana Grande’s manager Scooter Braun opened up about once being fired by the singer. He said that she came to her senses after she broke up with a “s**tty boyfriend.”
Braun Candid Interview:
“Braun watched this other manager get fired,. I saw him defend himself instantly and put out a lot of truths. I watched the artist see those truths, not want to deal with it, and then forever hate that manager. And with Ariana, I could have said a lot of stuff,but I just said, ‘Let’s stay quiet and let our truth be our actions.’
when s—tty boyfriends leave, she starts to see the light on some stuff, and one day I got a phone call,” the manager continued, laughing. “She said, ‘Can I see you tomorrow?’ and I said, ‘No, I’m busy’, I actually couldn’t, so I said, ‘I could see you Thursday’ or whatever and I went over there and we had a very honest conversation.” Braun and Ariana isolated their way in February 2016. But they reconcile in September.
Grande Love life:
Although it is unsure who Grande is dating at the time. She started dated Big Sean in 2014. But unfortunately they broke up after eight months of dating in April 2015. After that, she began to date Mac Miller around August 2016. Their relationship last long for two years. But in May 2018, they broke up and stayed just friends. After their breakup, in September 2018, Mac Miller died with apparent drug overdose at the age of 26. But now their breakup rumors were all over town.
Braun feelings for Grande:
Braun doesn’t have any harsh feeling towards Grande. She is a current client of Braun. Their work relationship is way more stronger than ever before. “It made me and her really tight, because now when we get into those fights and she’s coming at me, I just go, ‘Woah, do you want to go back to where we were?’ and then it kinda calms down.” “That relationship we had, from being fired to getting back together, really gave us the strength for what we never imagined would come that following year,” he added, referencing the terrorist attack that occurred at Grande’s Manchester, England, concert in May 2017.