Ariana Grande has reportedly decided to part ways with her manager Scooter Braun according to PageSix. Braun, who also steers the careers of singers Carly Rae Jepsen, Tori Kelly, and most notably of all, Justin Bieber, was shown the door by the "Focus" singer for reasons that as of right now remain somewhat unclear.

Rumors have circulated that the split had something to do with Bieber, but according to a source who spoke to PageSix, "It had nothing directly to do with Bieber, apart from he takes up a lot of Scooter’s time. Ariana needs someone who can pay more attention to her as a manager.” Grande will reportedly continue to her relationship with Untitled Entertainment and her longtime manager, Stephanie Simon. Regardless of the ongoing business side tumult the singer is reportedly hard at work on her follow-up to My Everything, which was released back in 2014.

We reached out to her rep and will update when available.