Britney spears is hanging up the mic and intends to retire from the music business … so says his longtime manager Larry Rudolph, who has just tendered his resignation.
Rudolph sent an email Sunday evening to Britney’s personal curator, Jodi Montgomery, and her estate curator, Jamie Spears, saying: “It has been over two and a half years since Britney and I last communicated. times, date on which she informed me that she wanted to take a break from work for an indefinite period. Earlier today, I learned that Britney has expressed her intention to officially retire. “
Rudolph went on to say that he was not part of the trusteeship and was unaware of many details, adding: “I was originally hired at Britney’s request to help her manage and assist her in her career. career. and as a manager I think it’s in Britney’s best interests that I resign from her team because my professional services are no longer needed. “
Rudolph’s resignation follows Britney’s testimony in which she said she was forced to perform and never wanted to tour Europe. TMZ broke the story … sources linked to the Guardianship say it’s the opposite – she begged to take the tour and there are reportedly emails and other communications to back it up.
Nonetheless, if Britney is truly retiring, there is no need for a music director.
Rudolph ended his email with this … “I will always be incredibly proud of what we have accomplished in our 25 years together. I wish Britney all the health and happiness in the world, and I will be there for you. her if she ever needs me again, as I always have been. “
Britney had said she would never happen as long as her father was in her tutelage. As we reported, Jamie continues to be the sole curator of his estate … Bessemer Trust has just bowed out as he was about to become co-curator with Jamie.