The mega-manager, who works with Justin Bieber, Kanye West and Ariana Grande to name a few, was slammed by Swift in June after she accused him of "backdooring" her when he purchased Big Machine Record Group which owned the rights to her catalog of music.
"It's hard when you get attacked and it's not based on any truth,' he said during the interview adding, "I don't do anything with malicious intent. I try to do things above board. I try to do the right thing. Not everyone's gonna be happy with everything that you do, and I think the truth always comes out, and I'm confident in that."
"I used to get really angry, but now I am at a place where this is just an opportunity for me long-term to really truly show my truth. You can't go through life thinking you're going to be friends and everyone is going to like you," he explained.
Swift had worked with Big Machine Record Group since 2005, recording her first six albums with founder Scott Borchetta. When news broke Braun bought the company, the "Lover" singer took to social media to air her grievances.
"Scooter has stripped me of my life's work, that I wasn't given an opportunity to buy," she wrote. "Essentially, my musical legacy is about to lie in the hands of someone who tried to dismantle it. This is my worst case scenario. This is what happens when you sign a deal at fifteen to someone for whom the term "loyalty" is clearly just a contractual concept. And when that man says "Music has value", he means its value is beholden to men who had no part in creating it."
Celebrities such as Halsey and Iggy Azalea took Swift's side while Beiber and Demi Lovato defended Braun. Braun's wife Yael used her Instagram account to claim Swift was "given the opportunity" to own her masters. Borchetta also spoke out on social media saying Swift "had every chance in the world to own not just her master recordings, but every video, photograph, everything associated to her career."
In response, Swift's attorney told US Weekly, "Scott Borchetta never gave Taylor Swift an opportunity to purchase her masters, or the label, outright with a check in the way he is now apparently doing for others."
And in her most recent Rolling Stone interview, Swift had a few choice words about Borchetta as well. "I thought I knew what betrayal felt like, but this stuff that happened with him was a redefinition of betrayal for me, just because it felt like it was family. To go from feeling like you're being looked at as a daughter to this grotesque feeling of "Oh, I was actually his prized calf that he was fattening up to sell to the slaughterhouse that would pay the most."
Braun told "Wide Open" that he is willing to discuss the feud with Swift, if the opportunity arose. "I am always open to communication and having a conversation with someone and saying, 'Maybe this was a misunderstanding and I am happy to have the conversation with you.' But not everybody is willing to do that."
Moving forward, he said he is focusing on what matters most to him these days and lives with a clean conscience. "I went through some drama recently and then I put my phone down and looked at my friends and my family in my backyard and I was like, 'I'm good. I've done nothing with malicious intent, I'm happy.' As long as the people that I love and respect are my compass, that's the direction I'm going to go in," he said on the podcast.
Meanwhile, Swift, who is now part of Universal Music Group, announced plans to re-record her old music.