Zayn Malik has been dropped by long-term manager Sarah Stennett, amid claims he's challenging to work with. The 25-year-old singer, who first found fame as one-fifth of boyband One Direction, had been working with Sarah since 2015, but their professional relationship came to an end recently.
Sarah Stennett is the CEO of First Access Entertainment company, that is owned by her and Warner Music Group.
They represent some of the biggest acts in the world right now, like Rita Ora, Ellie Goulding, Bebe Rexha and Nicole Scherzinger.
Zayn Malik was also on the First Access Entertainment rooster, but that will all change from now on, as Malik and Stennett ended their collaboration.
The official story is that the 25-year-old star was verbally abusive to the staff of the company.
Malik's debut album Mind of Mine (2016) has been praised by the critics, and Malik's fans just loved it. It is the shame that his future is now compromised, because he didn't know how to address to his staff.
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