Taylor Swift doesn't want to talk to Scooter Braun despite his attempts to smooth things over.

The Blast reports the talent manager "reached out through mutual friends Monday morning to engage in a 'mature and private' phone call with Swift." He reportedly wants to discuss his $300 million deal that involved him acquiring Big Machine Records, which owns the "You Need to Calm Down" singer's entire musical catalog. Apparently, "the main reason he purchased her catalog is because he believes in her music and in her future."

Variety also reports Braun's "attempts to reach Swift directly have so far been fruitless."

Since the drama all unfolded, Braun has not publicly released a statement because he reportedly wants to have a private conversation with Swift instead of making the situation worse. However, it's clear the pop star has no intentions on making amends with her alleged "bully."

According to other reports, Swift also "doesn't care" if she makes a few enemies after posting a scathing letter to Tumblr on Sunday (June 30), in which she calls the situation her worst nightmare, accuses Braun of bullying her and alleges she "wasn't given an opportunity to buy" her music back from her former label before the deal went through.

"No matter what Scooter or any of his people say, Taylor believes he did this to hurt her," a source told E! News. "She wants the truth about him to come out. She was furious and she still is"

"She is so upset and has zero regrets about making this public," the insider added. "She knows what his intentions are and why he did this. She has her friends who will stand by and support her, too. She feels very strongly about this, and standing up to Scooter."

Following her post, a number of Swift's friends have weighed in on the drama, including Camila CabelloHalsey, Cara Delevingne and Brendon Urie, who publicly sided with her.

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