When is a Mom Not A Mom? When She’s A Momager! Once A Star turns 18, Do They Still Need Parents on Payroll?

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“Nobody will look out for your interests the way a parent would.” Ashanti's momager Tina Douglas shares with FOX that other managers "have approached me in a negative way, saying that I can't manage Ashanti because I'm her mom and I'm 'emotional.' But that emotion is what helped get her to where she is today.”