Reports that the singer is looking for a new team "are false," says his mother and co-manager
Chris Brown is happy with his management team the way it is, the singer’s mother, who is also his co-manager, says in a statement Thursday.
“Reports that Chris is looking to replace his team, including Mark Geragos, Tina Davis and Mike Sitrick, are false,” says the statement from Joyce Hawkins. “There are only two people who could make a change at that level on Chris’ behalf: his business attorney Kenny Meiselas and me – and neither of us were the source of this information.
“To the contrary, Kenny told the media outlet that broke this item, that the information they had was false. So there is no room for doubt or misunderstanding, let me state unequivocally, that no change is planned or being made with respect to Mark Geragos, Tina Davis or Mike Sitrick. We are very pleased with the work they are doing.”
Since the altercation between Brown, 19, and his girlfriend Rihanna, 21, last month, Brown has been spotted going to recording studios in California and Florida, plugging away on his third album, due out later this year.
He and Rihanna, most recently seen together in Miami, are working on their relationship, according to sources.
“Rihanna and Chris have been together almost constantly since leaving Miami,” says a source.
Rihanna, who hit the town in L.A. to belatedly celebrate her birthday on Tuesday night, was seen out again on Wednesday – this time at Geisha House in Hollywood. The singer was with a group of about five girlfriends and a few security guards, according to a source.
“She came in with sunglasses on through a back entrance and sat in a corner table,” says a source. “She looked fantastic, was in very good spirits and seemed to be having a fun girls night out.”
According to another source, Rihanna also spent time with Brown on Wednesday.
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