Mariah Carey Shuts Down Rumor She Had 'Explosive' Fight With Jay-Z And Quit Roc Nation
Mariah Carey is laughing off the report claiming she got into a massive argument with Jay-Z and quit Roc Nation.
Over the weekend, a story broke which said the pop superstar had it out with Mr. Carter during a recent sit-down to talk about her career.
The outlet said Mariah told the Roc Nation founder she was out. The pop icon has been with the company since 2017.. A source claimed Mariah, “made it clear she wants nothing more to do with him and has called it quits with Roc Nation. She will formally depart in the next few weeks.”
The source said Mariah had left Jay-Z’s management company and was already talking to other managers to replace him.
The supposed insider claimed, "It is a shame because they had done some great work in the last few years. But this meeting couldn’t have gone much worse. Mariah has been talking to other managers and thinks she has found someone who she feels has full belief in her as she takes her next steps.”
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Mariah is now responding to the story and calling it nonsense. She posted a clip of her with Jay-Z from the 1999 music video for Heartbreaker.
“The only "explosive" situation I'd ever "get into" with Hov is a creative tangent, such as our #1 song "Heartbreaker"!! To the people who make up these lies I say "Poof! —Vamoose, sonofa*****,” she wrote.
Mariah is making it crystal clear. There is no beef with Jay-Z. Her statement makes it appear that she is also still with Roc Nation.
As RadarOnline.com previously reported, despite the Jay-Z rumor, Mariah is still dealing with a ton of legal issues. At the moment, she is being sued by her brother and sister in separate lawsuits. They both accuse her of defaming them with accusations she included in her recent memoir.
She is also headed to trial with her ex-assistant who she claims tried to blackmail her for $8 million over "intimate" home videos taken of her without consent.