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The news broke during a Montag rant session about how she sunk $2 million into a misguided music career that never really took off. Explaining that she wants one more go of it and will try to be somewhere "between Britney and Pink," Montag thinks she needs guidance from one of the hottest managers in the game right now.
"Spencer [Pratt] is going into the studio with Wooh Da Kid and Waka Flocka Flame, and I requested that his mother Deb Antney meet with me and manage me, because she is just fabulous," explained Montag to Radar Magazine recently.
Montag's first album, 'Superficial,' sold only 1000 copies in its first week, which was back in January 2010. The record had been in-progress for approximately three years before the delayed street date and seemed to suffer greatly from not hitting while the iron was hot.
Antney, on the other hand, has been on fire lately. She has brought Gucci Mane, Nicki Minaj and her son Waka Flocka to prominence within the last two years through a steady grind and some ingenius marketing strategies. That's what Montag wants for her future material.
"I need her to guide me in the right direction and I know amazing things will happen because she really knows what she is doing," Montag concluded.