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Heir Holiness admits she is Daniel Kaluuya's "personal manager" after initially denying the rumors.

Heir Holiness, 50, created a new Instagram page identifying herself as "Daniel Kaluuya's personal manager" and the COO of Greater Good Entertainment.

She also advertises her services as an expert in "mentoring, management and artist development."

According to Page Six, insiders were concerned about Heir Holiness's alleged influence over Kaluuya after the "Black Panther" star fired his longtime reps, assistants and stylists.

The sources also claimed that Holiness caused problems on the set of his upcoming movie.

In response to the rumors, Holiness told Vulture magazine, "He had some problems in his business with some people and he fired them, what does that have to do with me?"

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She also wrote in an Instagram post:

"Recent press has tried to spin a narrative regarding my behavior ... let's be clear when I'm working I'm WORKING and my focus is my client. Whatever they want ... Whatever they need ... Whatever they ask for ... Whatever it takes to create an environment where THEY can, with as much grace and ease, give THEIR very best... I DO. I do NOTHING that I haven't been asked and directed to do by my CLIENT."

She shared a photo of Kaluuya at the BAFTA Awards, which she captioned, "My Young King."

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Travis Scott's ex-manager Shane Morris called him the "worst person" he has ever worked with after the rapper left him for dead.

In 2013, Morris, a sound engineer by trade, discovered aspiring rapper Travis Scott and took him under his wing. Shane set Travis up with free studio time and introduced him to key industry figures.

However, Morris claims Scott left him for dead in a basement after he suffered a seizure.

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In the aftermath of the Astroworld tragedy that left 8 dead and hundreds injured, Morris took to TikTok to "spill a little tea" on his former client, who he called "genuinely a horrible person."

"Travis Scott is the worst person I worked with in my entire career in music," Morris said.

"Eight people are dead and hundreds more are injured after Travis Scott's callous, reckless behavior at Astroworld. And I hate to be the one saying this, but I saw this coming and I tried to tell everyone... I'm Travis Scott's former manager. I'm the one who had a seizure and I'm the one that he left for dead in a basement in Los Angeles."

Morris added:

"I can go on and on about the theft of sessions, assault, and all the lies he's told in his career but the thing that I want you to understand most is I think it's time to spill a little tea and I don't mind doing this because Travis Scott is genuinely a horrible person."

Morris admits he "artificially inflated" Scott's SoundCloud streams and Twitter followers to make the fledgling rapper appear to be more popular than he actually was so a record label would sign him.

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