Her longtime publicist, Hollywood powerhouse Cindi Berger, has called it quits from the "Always Be My Baby" diva after 15 years of working together. Berger confirmed the split to Page Six, saying, "I have enormous respect for Mariah. She is one of the great talents and voices of our time, and I wish her nothing but the best in her future endeavors."
Co-chairman and CEO of PMK•BNC, Berger added that although their professional relationship has come to a close, they remain amicable. "I care very deeply for her personally, but I felt that professionally it was time for us to move on."
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