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'Pants on the Ground' Released Without Larry Platt's Consent

February 2, 2010 (2:32 am) GMT
The former 'American Idol' participant reportedly has a rift with his manager because 'Pants on the Ground' is sent to radio without the singer's approval.

Larry Platt has recorded a studio version for his viral song "Pants on the Ground" and it has been sent to radios by his manager Jason Mills. The problem is Larry has no idea about the song release and that issue reportedly sparked conflict between the two.

Jason stated Larry's approval is not necessary because the release is for "promotional" only, according to TMZ. Moreover, the manager said in defense that he represents producer Carlos Thornton aka Los Vegas, the person whom he claimed has the rights to release the tune without Larry's consent.

On another news, Larry Platt reportedly has given an impromptu performance during a flight from Los Angeles to Atlanta. He was on his way back home after the Grammys Red Carpet performance when passengers on the plane recognized him and asked the old man to sing.



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