Mariah Carey, who is known to have been under Roc Nation  wants to ditch the management after an "explosive" encounter with Roc Nation founder Jay Z. According to a report by The Sun, the singer started her deal with the management company back in 2017 when she got her manager Stella Bulochnikov fired. 

Mariah Carey Wants Nothing to Do With Roc Nation After Explosive Meeting With Jay-Z
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NEW YORK - AUGUST 23: Singer Mariah Carey performs with rapper Jay Z at Madison Square Garden on August 23, 2006 in New York City.

Carey Seeks to Formally Leave Roc Nation After 'Great Work' in Past Years

In an exclusive interview with The Sun, a source said "Mariah and Jay had an explosive meeting which did not go well at all."

"She has made it clear she wants nothing more to do with him and has called it quits with Roc Nation.", the source added. Regarding the full details about Carey's rift with Jay-Z, the source hasn't mentioned anything else outside what was told in the interview. 

In the next couple of weeks, Carey seeks to formally leave the management company. According to the source, "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."

On Roc Nation's official website, they have already removed Carey on their list of artists. 

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The 52-year old Songbird is said to have already made a deal with a new manager who "has full belief in her as she takes her next steps," the source says.

According to the source, "there is a heavily R&B- influenced album being finalized at the moment and she is planning a world tour for next year, so she isn't letting this stand in her way." No future details about the said project has been hinted, nor the details of the management company that Carey has made a deal with. 

As first reported by Page Six, Carey isn't new to life and career disputes. Back in 2017, Mariah fired Stella Bulochnikov as part of her efforts to purge her career by hiring legitimate people including assistants and lawyers. Following that, Bulochnikov sued Carey for unpaid wages and sexual harassment cases that asked for a resolvation of millions of dollars. 

Even Carey's family isn't exempt to these problems. According to Pop Culture, shortly after Michaela Angela Davis released a memoir "The Meaning of Mariah Carey", both of the singer's siblings came after her accusing her of inflicting emotional distress based on the narratives in the book. One of the passages suggested that Carey's sister Alison tried to sell her intro prostitution, which Alison thinks is ostentatious.

Along with a change in Carey's management company, the multiple Grammy award winner seems on to a new stage in her life, liberated from the past issues that she has dealt with.

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Written by Nikki A.