As chart disasters go, few come as high-profile as Mariah Carey‘s latest album ‘Me. I Am Mariah…The Elusive Chanteuse’.
An apt title, the LP has experienced elusive sales – and that’s putting it politely.
Debuting with career low numbers in the US (see: 58k), the set also tanked in the UK where it premiered at #14 with sales of 6500.
Recent trend among the singer’s fan-base has been to blame her manager, friend, and longtime collaborator Jermaine Dupri - who this week clapped-back at the critique.
During a stop at The Breakfast Club yesterday, where he visited to promote R&B quad Jagged Edge, the hitmaker couldn’t escape the Mimi questions and was flat-out asked about the project’s appalling numbers.
Find out what he had to say after the jump, where TGJ’s weigh-in on the madness also awaits…