The manager of Britney Spears decided to resign because he believed it was the best for the pop star.
Larry Rudolph, the long-term manager of the “toxic” singer, decided to quit his job during Spears’ regulatory struggle. According to Rudolph, he had submitted his resignation to her co-protector, her father Jamie Spears, and the court-appointed Jody Montgomery on Monday.
“It’s been 2 1/2 years since Britney and I last contacted, when she told me she wanted to suspend work indefinitely,” he said in a statement. deadline.
“Earlier today, I realized that Britney has been expressing her intention to officially retire. As you know, I have never been involved in supervision or its operation, so I don’t know many of the details. I was hired initially At the request of Britney to help manage and assist her career. As her manager, I believe Britney’s best interest is for me to resign from her team because my professional services are no longer needed,” he added .
Rudolph asked Spears’ administrator to accept his letter as his official resignation. He also stated that he was “very proud” of their achievements in the past 25 years. Rudolph has been Spears’ manager since 1995. He concluded his message with a blessing to the pop star.
“I hope Britney is healthy and happy in the world, and if she needs me again, I will be by her side as I always have been,” he concluded.
Spears’ mother, Lynn Spears, She has remained silent about her battle over supervision, and recently made the matter public. She admitted that she “has a mixed feeling about everything.”
“I don’t know what to think… It’s painful and worried,” she said. “I’m fine. I’m good at deflection.”
In an article Instagram, Spears admitted that she had been pretending to be okay for the past two years. The “give me more” singer shared that she learned this from her mother, no matter how difficult she and her siblings are, she “always pretends that everything is fine”.