Beyonce has reportedly parted ways with another manager. In 2011, she fired her father from the role, and now, according to the Daily Mail, the “Drunk In Love” singer has ditched her general manager, Live Nation Executive Faisal Durrani.
Sources say Queen Bey wanted to gain more independence and run her career with the help of husband Jay Z, who will now take on an unofficial managerial role.
According to an insider, “Jay has been heavily involved in Beyonce’s career for years, and was instrumental in organizing the Mrs Carter Show World Tour. But he isn’t officially regarded as her manager – she really is independent.’
“Now the couple have Blue, she wants to make sure her family come first at all times, especially as there’s talk of them adding to the brood,” the source added. “The best way to do that is to make sure all managerial decisions are made by her and her husband – together.”
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In related news, the pop star reunited with her Destiny’s Child group mates at a club in Manhattan Thursday night. According to the New York Post, Beyonce, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams danced the night away at Goldbar. “A spy reports when an older man began to show his moves on the floor, ‘all three girls joined in.” We’re told the dance party that kicked off “looked like a scene out of ‘Boogie Nights.’ Beyoncé threw out an imaginary fishing line and pretended to reel people in.’
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Beyonce Chucks The Deuces To Another Manager, Takes Full Control Of Her Career With Hubby Jay Z was originally published on hellobeautiful.com