There's been a shakeup in Nicki Minaj's camp.
Sources told Billboard the 36-year-old rapper has parted ways with her longtime managers Cortez Bryant and Gee Roberson of the Blueprint Group and Maverick Management. The reasoning behind the decision is unclear, but insiders said the recent split was "amicable."
According to Billboard, Nicki is currently without a management team.
Complex has reached out to Nicki's representatives for comment.
The reports arrive less than a week after Nicki performed at Coachella alongside Ariana Grande. Unfortunately, the performance was hindered by technical issues—something that Nicki has had to face throughout her 2019 European tour. The Queen rapper has been forced to cancel multiple shows due to technical difficulties. Nicki had initially planned to kick off the trek in North America last year; however, the trek was also postponed shortly before co-headliner Future bowed out. The North American tour dates have not been announced yet.
In addition to the bumpy tour, Nicki also faced a number of scandals in 2018. She caught heat for collaborating with controversial rapper 6ix9ine, who has been accused of multiple crimes, including racketeering and having sexual contact with a minor. Nicki also made headlines last year after she and Cardi B got into a nasty altercation at a New York Fashion Week event.