Amy Winehouse's mother slams posthumous album release

Amy Winehouse's mother says that the posthumous release of her album will damage her reputation 

Amy Winehouse's mother slams posthumous album release

London: Amy Winehouse's mother Janis has slammed the idea of a posthumous release as she believes it will damage her reputation.

The late star's mother has opened up about the possibility of another album created from the singer's demos, insisting she is not keen on the idea as she believes Amy, who tragically passed away in 2011, would have hated it, reported Female First.

"Amy was very fussy about what she did. Oh so precious. If she did something, she'd say 'No, that is not right.' You would say 'That is OK.' And she would say 'No, it's not.' And that was Amy," Janis said.  

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