Rapper Nicki Minaj reportedly parts ways longtime management team. According to sources, the split comes with mutual agreement from all parties.
According to Variety, the Queen artist split from Gee Roberson, Cortez Bryant and Blueprint/ Maverick Management. Allegedly, the separation of business occurred before Nicki Minaj took the stage with Ariana Grande during Coachella. Variety continues to report currently, Nicki Minaj does not have a management team.
As Nicki Minaj’s career extends, the rapper continues to rack up awards and records. In 2018, she became the first woman artist to earn 100 career entries on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart. Between wrapping up the European leg of the Queen tour, Audiomack freestyles, and guest features, Nicki Minaj also hints at more to come.