Though Mariah Carey was said to be furious at former publicist Marvet Britto after she told a reporter, “Mariah needed [fashion] guidance,” and that she’d brought in style guru Andre Leon Talley “to help Mariah’s broken relationships with fashion houses. No one wanted to lend clothes to her,” she insisted to The New York Daily News that she left the job on her own. “I put an amazing blueprint in place to take her album to No. 1,” the promoter and producer said. “I never planned to stay past that.” And Carey’s manager Benny Medina agreed with Britto’s claim. “Marvet did a terrific job,” he said. “They’re still close friends.”
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