The artist (18) shared photos of former manager Scooter Brown on a call to share his biggest mistakes. Now fans are wondering what it means.
Australian rapper The Kid LAROI (18 years old), whose real name is Charlton Kenneth Jeffrey Howard, is currently promoting his new song “A Thousand Miles”.
Portions of the song’s lyrics are “This is another mistake I know I’m going to make. I know I’m going to do tonight. And I’ll never change.”
On that occasion, Kid LAROI encouraged his three million followers on TikTok to share videos of his biggest mistakes on an excerpt from the song.
He himself shared a video Wednesday night with a slideshow of famed music director Scooter Braun, who among others is Taylor Swift was in conflict with.
according to painting LAROI signed a contract with Braun’s SB Projects in June of last year, before joining Adam Leber at Rebel Management in September. But before their tracks parted ways, LAROI released the song “Stay” in collaboration with Braun client Justin Bieber. This song topped many charts.
What many fans are wondering in the comments is whether Kid LAROI thought it was a mistake to work with Scooter Braun, or whether it was a mistake to leave him.
The video, on Thursday morning, was viewed 2.5 million times, and received about 2,700 comments. The most liked comment, with 16,000 heart tags, is “Welcome to the Taylor Swift team,” from someone who interpreted the video as if collaborating with Braun was the wrong thing to do.
Another writes “I don’t understand whether this is a joke or not”. According to Billboard, the comments reveal confusion.
On Thursday night, Brown himself commented on the rumors on his Instagram profile.
“Don’t believe everything you see on the Internet,” the director wrote. It’s reports painting.
Brown shared screenshots of a conversation with LAROI himself, as evidence that his former client informed him of the ticking point before he posted it. Brown also adds that LAROI’s new song is produced by his client, Andrew Watt.
At this year’s Grammy Awards, Kid LAROI was nominated in the Best New Artist category.
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