- Mariah Carey and Jay-Z are said to have had a huge row at a meeting that led to her quitting his management company
- The meeting was about Mariah and her future, something she felt Jay did not have at heart
- The singer is working on her latest album and also a world tour in 2021, so she's up to her ears in pressure at the moment
Revered R&B star Mariah Carey has reportedly parted ways with rapper Jay-Z's management company Roc Nation.
The two have gone separate ways after what is believed to have been a huge row between them at a recent meeting. According to The Sun, Jay and Mariah disagreed on the future of her career, leading to her decision to call it quits.
The female star quit her previous management and joined up with Jay in 2017, and for the past three and a half years, they have had a good relationship.
However, this is said to have changed during the meeting where Mariah said she did not want anything more to do with Jay and Roc Nation and will formally depart in the coming weeks.
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Mariah is said to be working on a new album and a tour for 2021, and reports say she feels to have found someone who believes in her. She has already been removed from the list of personalities represented by the Young Forever hitmaker.
Mariah sued by sister
A few months back, the singer was dragged to court by her older sister, Alison Carey. Alison sued the singer for R17 million over allegations about her which were published in the singer's book, The Meaning Of Mariah Carey.
In the book, Mariah claimed her older sister gave her Valium, tried to "pimp" her out and threw a cup of boiling tea on her, causing "third-degree burns" at 12 years old. Reacting to the claims, Alison, 60, said the allegations were "heartless, vicious, vindictive, despicable and unnecessary".
According to Alison, the 50-year-old singer fabricated the stories to promote sales of her tell-all book and offered no evidence to substantiate her claims, according to legal documents obtained.
Alison - who is HIV positive - said Mariah was aware she was suffering from spine and digestive disorders and a traumatic brain injury, short-term memory problems and vision problems after being attacked in 2015 in an '"unsolved home invasion".
According to Alison, the singer knew this yet decided to use her status as a famous person to make up false stories to promote her book.
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