Two weeks after Drake slammed Rolling Stone Magazine for swapping out his planned cover story for Philip Seymour Hoffman, the rapper and his PR firm, ID-PR, have parted ways, according to Billboard.

Drake had been working with ID for the past year to handle publicity for his third album Nothing Was the Same, as well as his current "Would You Like a Tour?", which just saw Kanye Westembrace the stage in Berlin with Drizzy. According to a source, ID initiated the split soon after the Rolling Stone debacle.

In a statement made to Billboard, ID said, "Drake is an incredibly talented artist and we're proud of our results for Nothing Was the Same and Would You Like a Tour? We wish him the best."

Prior to ID, Drake was repped by The Chamber Group, while management had been previously handled by The Blueprint Group (Lil WayneNicki Minaj) before he consolidated with OVO's Oliver El-Khatib Adel and "Future the Prince" Nur.