- R&B singer Mariah Carey says that she's not beefing with Jay-Z and took to social media to set the record straight
- Tabloid reports claimed that Mimi and Jay-Z are having a fallout, but this is not the case according to her
- She still has a good relationship with the Roc Nation mogul and is doing her best to control all the backlash online
Mariah Carey has denied being involved in an "explosive situation" with Jay-Z that led to her leaving his record label.
According to tabloid claims published on Sunday, Mariah had left Jay-record Z's label, Roc Nation, following a "blazing dispute" between the two at a meeting over Carey's career.
According to the story, the singer-songwriter has made it obvious that she no longer wants anything to do with him and that she will leave Roc Nation in the coming weeks, as per a report by Independent Online.
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Mimi corrected the reports on Monday by reminding fans of one of her and Jay-Z's hit songs, Heartbreaker, which peaked at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1999, according to Billboard.
Mariah's 30th-anniversary album The Rarities, her best-selling memoir The Meaning of Mariah Carey, and her AppleTV+ Christmas special Mariah Carey's Magical Christmas Special have all been published since joining Roc Nation.
The R&B singer has set the record straight and said that she's not beefing with Jay-Z all. It seems the two still have a close relationship.
Jay-Z and his wife Beyoncé are spending their cash really well
Briefly News previously reported that Beyoncé & Jay-Z bought the Boat Tail Rolls Royce, the most expensive car in the world. Beyoncé and Jay-Z, according to rumours, have ordered the first Rolls-Royce Boat Tail.
The couple is said to have paid $28 million (R385 million) for the first Boat Tail unit. Boat Tail, termed the pinnacle of luxury and customisation by Rolls-Royce, was just unveiled.
The ultra-luxurious vehicle was handcrafted by the company's Coachbuilding section, which specialises in hand-building cars and setting a new standard for personalisation.
The division took four years to build the Boat Tail according to the demands of the customer, who paid $28 million for the first unit. This makes it the most costly car on the planet, according to a report by TimesNowNews.
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