It’s been three years since SZA released her debut album ‘CTRL’ and fans are growing increasingly impatient for its follow-up.
And after a series of telling tweets, it appears the singer is too.
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From ‘Love Galore’ to ‘The Weekend,’ the star’s 2017 LP earned her praise aplenty and a legion of new supporters.
Naturally, then, excitement has been steadily building for SZA’s sophomore set – which she has teased in earnest.
However, she seems to have resigned herself to an uncertain fate and she’s pointing all questions in the direction of TDE label-head, Punch.
Replying to a fan’s request for an update, she tweeted:
“At this point y’all gotta ask punch. I’ve done all I can do . 🙏🏾.”
When another fan asked “would you saaay this is an adverse or hostile relationship orrr just out of your hands = you don’t know,” SZA simply said: “BEEN hostile.”
Fans piled onto the label-exec, saying:
Aww man come on @iamstillpunch This looks really bad on your part and TDE. This is how you treat your female artist? And not just any female artist…SZA? We just want the music, stop all the extra. https://t.co/0u5vqZxmVR
— jada 🙂 (@JadaTaliaa) August 20, 2020
He replied to the furore with: