But according to NY Post's Page Six, Miguel is calling all the shots. The seasoned pro, who helped Usher secure a release date for his latest studio release 'Raymond v. Raymond,' is trying to convince him to fire his entire staff including tour managers, stylists and choreographers, with plans to replace them with a whole new team. Sources close to the action claim that "Usher will do whatever she wants him [to] do right now."
Already on the chopping block is his longtime agent, Mark Cheatham of Creative Artists Agency, who supposedly got the boot from Miguel. "I don't know anything about it. I've been with Usher for a long time," he explained, though the R&B singer is now missing from the agency's client roster.
Usher and Miguel have been a hot item as far back as 2009. After filing for divorce from his 40-year-old ex-wife Foster, the 30-year-old went public with his relationship with Miguel, who signed on as his co-manager after he gave his mother the boot from the position.
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