In the latest issue of In Touch, Mariah Carey’s manager defends herself following the New Year’s Eve fiasco, and slams the star’s ex-husband, Tommy Mottola, for his open letter.
A few days after Mariah’s disastrous performance on Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin' Eve, Tommy Mottola, former Sony Music chief who launched her career in the ’90s, penned an open letter to his ex-wife advising her to “hire more seasoned and respected professionals to help her with her career.”
Mariah’s current manager Stella Bulochnikov defends herself, saying, “How dare he! Whose career has he managed in 15 years? He couldn’t walk a day in our shoes. We work our asses off. I wear bigger heels than his b—s.”
“Since I started working with her, Mariah has had nothing but unbridled success,” she continues.
“Her career has not taken a hit. Everything that she has touched since I started managing her has been a huge success.”
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