Nicki Minaj reportedly parted ways with her longtime managers Gee Roberson and Cortez Bryant prior to her guest appearance during Ariana Grande’s Coachella set on Sunday night (April 14).
A source close to Variety says the separation was “mutual and amicable” with no specific reason to blame, Minaj is currently without a manager.
Roberson and Bryant, co-CEO’s of the Blueprint Group, managed Minaj for a majority of her career. The Atlanta-based management group has also represented Lil Wayne, Belly and CyHi the Prince.
2019 has unfortunately been a trying year for Minaj who dealt with sound difficulties during her guest appearance at Coachella, is facing a $43K lawsuit from a former stylist and had to cancel various dates of her European tour.
The Hip Hop superstar’s most recent musical offering comes as a shared feature with G-Eazy on Chris Brown’s new single, “Wobble Up” released Thursday (April 18).