Lil Wayne might want Scooter Braun dead, but Justin Bieber's manager still has plenty of fans within the music industry.
Lady Gaga, for example, apparently admires what Braun has been able to do with Bieber's career so much that she wants the 32-year-old mogul to help her recover from recent popularity slump.
"If anyone can help Gaga now, it's Scooter," a source tells the Huffington Post.
"He's one of the smartest blokes in the music industry and made Bieber the biggest pop star on the planet. There are few options for her right now, but Scooter is one of them."
While still one of the most recognized singers on the planet, Gaga's album and concert ticket sales over the past year have been lower than expected.
Gaga's latest single "G.U.Y." failed to crack the top 40 on American charts - a first for the Mother Monster.
"Gaga's next album will be make or break," says the insider. "At the moment she's still to decide who will manage her."
Gaga fired manager Troy Carter late last year, citing "creative differences" as the cause for their terminated partnership.
Some have suggested that Gaga's recent behavior shows signs of the singer's frustration with her stalling career.
Earlier this month, Gaga attacked Katy Perry on Twitter for stealing her ideas.