Britney Spears manager Larry Rudolph said the pop star would never be able to play live again in a new interview with TMZ. it is said that it must be known – from what I have collected, it is clear to me that she should not come back to make this stay in Vegas, not in the near future and probably never again, "Rudolf .
Rudolf's statement comes days after Spears appeared in court to talk to the judge who was watching her decades of conservative rule. In 2008, Spears' father, Jamie, was named singer-conservative, giving him control over most of her business and personal affairs. But recently he was under public control, and Spears hinted at an exemption from the social media agreement.
As a manager of Spears, Rudolf is not involved in any way with her conservative. However, he acknowledges the various medical and psychological problems allegedly tormented by Spears as he postponed his Las Vegas stay in January after her father became ill. Spurs recently spent a month in a psychiatric facility.
"It was the perfect storm," Rudolf said. "We had to get her out because her medication stopped working and she was confused by her father's illness." Rudolph added that last summer Spears was eager to tour but said he had not heard from the singer for months. "She obviously does not want to work now," he said.
Rudolf said he did not know when Spears would want to work again, but said, "I do not want her to work again" until she's physically, mentally and passionately ready. If this time never comes again, it will never come again. I have no desire or ability to get her to work again. I'm only here for her when she wants to work. And if she ever wants to work again, I'm here to tell her if it's a good idea or a bad idea. "