The conflict started after talent manager Scooter Braun purchased all of Taylor Swift's music recordings from her debut through 2017's Reputation album by buying Big Machine Records.
Now Scooter's wife Yael Cohen is coming to his defense after Taylor and other criticized purchase, which allegedly wasn't an option for the pop star.
The 32-year-old entrepreneur claimed the deal was straightforward and lambasted the Blank Space singer for 'model[ing] bullying.'
Clap back: Scooter Braun's wife Yael Cohen, 32, came to his defense after Taylor Swift, 29, and others criticized his purchase of her old label, which gives him ownership of her music master recordings
Alleged hypocrisy: The F*** Cancer founder criticized the singer for 'model[ing] bullying; pictured in March
Yael shared screenshots from the Notes app to Instagram, which garnered a like from Kendall Jenner.
'I have never been one for a public airing of laundry, but when you attack my husband... here we go,' she began.
'You were given the opportunity to own your masters, you passed,' she claimed. 'Interesting that the man you're so 'grossed out' by believed in you more than you believe in yourself.'
The F*** Cancer founder also mentioned that Taylor's father was a shareholder in the label and claimed that label head Scott Borchetta had informed Taylor about the sale in advance.
'And girl, who are you to talk about bullying? The world has watched you collect and drop friends like wilted flowers,' she said, possibly referring to Taylor's recently ended feud with Katy Perry.
Questionable assertion: Yael shared screenshots from the Notes app to Instagram, which garnered a like from Kendall Jenner; she claimed Taylor had the option to purchase her own music but didn't; pictured with Scooter (R) in May
Legal trouble: The South Africa-born CEO also referenced a possibly illegal recording Kim Kardashian made of Taylor speaking on the phone with Kanye West. Recording a conversation without the consent of both parties is illegal in the state of California
Empty words: 'Tumblr can't fix this, a phone call can,' she added at the end, though there's no indication that a phone call would have allowed the Look What You Made Me Do singer to own her music
'It's easy to see that the point of putting this out was to get people to bully him,' she continued. 'You are supposed to be a role model, but continue to model bullying.'
The South Africa-born CEO also referenced a possibly illegal recording Kim Kardashian made of Taylor speaking on the phone with Kanye West. Recording a conversation without the consent of both parties is illegal in the state of California.
Yael also claimed that her husband had been 'excited to work' with the musician in the past and 'believes in and supports' her.
'If you think he can control his