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Tommy Mottola is not afraid of revelations from Mariah Carey

2020-09-25T21:41:37.506Z

Mariah Carey will release a book in which she will tell all her memories and will portray the most difficult moments.



Fiera Lasa / Mezcalent.com - It was recently reported that

Mariah Carey

will release a book in which she will tell all her memories and will portray the most difficult moments of both her career and her personal life and although she assures that she will attack

Tommy Mottola

with everything

,

he says he doesn't care in the least what might be said in writing.



In an interview for the Page Six portal, the music producer pointed out that although there could be countless statements against him due to everything that happened during his marriage with the singer, he is very proud of everything he could contribute to his artistic career during the 90's.

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"I am very pleased to have played such a great role in Mariah's incredible and well-deserved success, and I continue to wish only the best for her and her family," said Tommy while acknowledging that his relationship with Mariah It put him in an uncomfortable situation, as he was her husband and her boss at the same time.



For her part, the "Without You" interpreter reveals in one of the chapters of her book that it was Thalía's current husband who helped her end the relationship they had in order to make way for a new romance with the former player baseball

Derek Jeter,

who curiously also ended up

breaking soon after. 

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Source: telemundo

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