Many know Clive Davis for his work with Whitney Houston, Carlos Santana, Usher, and Rod Stewart; however, Kelly Clarkson's blasting the legendary music producer over claims he makes in his new memoir.
In The Soundtrack Of My Life, Davis claims that Kelly Clarkson came into his office sobbing about putting "Since You Been Gone" on her album.
"Not true at all," Clarkson took to WhoSay to write a long statement about the accusation, as well as his other wrongdoings during her career. She admitted though, she did cry at his reaction to her heartfelt song "Because of You."
"I cried because he hated it and told me verbatim that I was a 'sh*tty writer who should be grateful for the gifts that he bestows upon me.' He continued on about how the song didn't rhyme and how I should just shut up and sing."
So, while Clarkson was not-so-much raving about the producer, he dropped another bomb. Also in his book, Davis reveals he's bisexual and has had two serious male relationships over the past 20 years, stating that while bisexuality is "maligned and misunderstood," it "does exist."
Read all the details at Wetpaint: Clive Davis Comes Out While Kelly Clarkson Puts Him Down
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