Rap star Trina's former Business Manager has clapped back after Trina claimed that he scammed her out of $300,000 that was supposed to go towards her album.
"This album situation, this scammer Mr. Jullian Boothe. After four years, we finished my album- finally. Then, my business partner, Jullian, was given a $300,000 advance. And he used it for his label, which was supposed to be for me," she said on Love & Hip Hop: Miami.
She also blames him for getting her album pulled off the internet.
"Now all of a sudden I'm getting cease and desist letters from producers that were never paid. And my whole album was taken down off the internet."
But Boothe's team is denying the allegations made by Trina on the show and issued a statement courtesy of The Jasmine Brand.
"Jullian Boothe has had the pleasure and opportunity to work with Trina since the beginning of her career. He will always consider her to be family regardless of any perceived conflict," they told the publication.
The statement continues, "While Jullian is contractually prohibited from discussing specifics regarding this matter, he maintains the view that everyone should continue to watch these events unfold and that the truth will come to light in the near future. He has always abided by his contracts and agreements with his clients, and has their best interests and growth at heart."