The age-old beef between Mariah Carey and Jennifer Lopez apparently lives on, with new reports that claim there's a "No Mariah" clause in J. Lo's contract with manager Benny Medina.
According to Page Six, Medina is interested in representing Carey again but Lopez isn't having it. Medina managed Carey from 2003 to 2008 and began repping Lopez shortly after.
"[Lopez] had it written in that he can't manage Mariah," an insider claims.
The Hollywood vets have never discussed the story behind their beef, but it's definitely not a figment of our imaginations. Lopez addressed the longstanding rumor of their feud last year on "Watch What Happens Live."
"I don't have a feud against her at all. I know from back in the day, I've read things that she's said about me that were not the greatest, but we have never met. We don't know each other," Lopez said. "I think it's kind of from word of mouth ... things that have happened in the past that I'm not really aware of. But I would love to meet her and I would love to be friends with her. I think she's incredibly talented and I've always been a fan of hers."
As far as the "No Mariah" clause, an exec at Medina Co. said, "Benny is not restricted, contractually or otherwise, from managing Mariah Carey or any other artists."
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