Zayn Malik has reportedly been dropped by his management for being “hot-headed”

19 April 2018

Former One Direction star Zayn Malik has apparently been dropped by his management company, First Access Entertainment.

The musician, who recently broke up with supermodel Gigi Hadid, was let go by the company for being 'hot-headed' according to The Sun.

An insider told the publication that his behavior has 'gotten worse' following the breakup.

The co-founder of First Access Entertainment, Sarah Stennett, is thought to have terminated their partnership last week, as the source said: "Sarah's been trying to make the relationship work for two years but Zayn's hot-headed and has let his tongue run away with him one too many times."

While there's no telling how much the sneaky insider really knows about Zayn's current situation, it certainly seems like the former 1D lad is all about the music rn.

Zayn has been busy promoting his new tunes, and recently explained the inspiration behind his track 'Let Me' to Ryan Seacrest, telling him: "I was in love - and I think that's pretty evident. I was aspiring to be in love with someone for the rest of my life and the rest of theirs, as we all do."

Alluding to his broken relationship with Gigi, he continued: "Things change and we move forward in life. Times change, but that's what I was thinking when I wrote it."

Keep making them bangers Zayn!

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