The New York Daily News reports Usher is talking to his mother Jonetta Patton about returning to her role as manager of the R&B superstar. Benny Medina had replaced Jonetta before Usher released ‘Here I Stand’, which has failed to match the success of his 2004 release ‘Confessions’. Usher has blamed Medina for the slow sales, and was especially irked when Lil Wayne’s release ‘Tha Carter III’ sold more than a million copies in its opening week, more than double Usher’s 433k opening. “Usher was livid!,” an insider told Rush & Molloy. “He threatened to fire everyone.”
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