Britney Spears manager Larry Rudolph resigns; alludes to a possible retirement of the singer

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US talent manager Larry Rudolph has officially stepped down as manager of pop singer Britney Spears amid his ongoing battle for conservation. The resignation included a personal note for the singer he had led since the mid-90s during his big breakthroughs. The twist in the controversy doesn’t end there, as the talent manager has announced a potential early retirement into Spears’ career.

Larry Rudolph has resigned as manager of Britney Spears

After more than two decades of successful mentoring, Larry Rudolph has officially canceled the professional engagement with give me more singer Britney Spears. According to Deadline reports, Rudolph revealed that he hadn’t spoken to the pop singer for more than two and a half years before she hinted that she would be making an “indefinite hiatus” from work. The resignation letter was sent to Britney Conservatives Jamie Spears and Jodi Montgomery, where he revealed the singer was weighing in on his decision to officially retire.

In his letter, the manager firmly denied being part of Spears’ tutelage and being involved in its operations. Returning from his post, the manager felt that his professional services were no longer needed, however, he sent his best wishes to Britney. In concluding his letter, Rudolph promised to be there for the singer if she ever needed him.

Larry Rudolph’s role in Britney Spears’ career

Rudolph has managed the singer’s professional activities since 1995. From her breakthrough in the mid-90s with the songs Baby one more time and Toxic, Larry has long led Britney. He was considered one of the stable figures in the singer’s professional and personal life.

Latest developments in Britney Spears’ battle for guardianship

Britney Spears officially announced the end of her guardianship in June, when the judge denied her request. After a series of brutal facts revealed by the singer during her 13 years of tutelage, some of which, including the singer deprived of her basic personal and professional rights, a “Free Britney” movement was launched on social networks. Famous celebrities like Paris Hilton were seen joining the movement when she performed one of Britney Spears’ songs at her party.

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