UPDATE: Manager Hugo Langras released a statement confirming the split and denying “any moral or ethical disagreements.” The full statement is included below.

Billboard has learned that Afrojack last month parted ways with manager Hugo Langras, owner of Dutch management firm Montana ECI.

In an exclusive interview, the Dutch artist — born Nick van de Wall — confirmed the split occurred on Sept. 1, citing “ethical and moral disagreements” with his manager of three years. Asked to elaborate on the issues, van de Wall declined to comment further.

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Source: Afrojack Splits With Montana Management, Cites ‘Ethical and Moral Disagreements’: Exclusive | Billboard