The singer recently called the relationship with her label "hostile" but she now makes it clear that she and Punch disagree but it's all love.
Despite her previous tweets, SZA is happy with Top Dawg Entertainment. Yesterday, SZA kicked off a firestorm on social media after calling her relationship with her label "hostile." The singer grew tired of questions about her next album, especially because it has been three years since her debut release, Ctrl. SZA told fans to direct their concerns to Punch, TDE's president, before telling a fan that her relationship with TDE has "BEEN hostile."
Leon Bennett / Stringer / Getty Images
Fans added that Punch has only told them that SZA's next record would arrive "soon," and the singer revealed that's the same answer she receives from her label. Not long after, the "#FreeSZA" hashtag began trending, and now, SZA is back on Twitter to say that she's happy just where she is, regardless of her supporters advocating for her freedom.
"Don’t nobody need to free me Lmao I’m not held hostage n neither is my music!! me n punch be disagreeing ..hes never steered me wrong and I trust Gods timing ðð¾â¤ï¸ I love y’all ð¥º," the singer wrote. A fan told her that she was singing a different tune yesterday. SZA added, "Lmao when u don’t get somewhere By urself u can’t always make ALL the decisions by urself. And das ok ð¥ºSometimes u gotta be patient .. sometimes no is a blessing.. ð¤·ð¾âï¸ i trust the ppl around me."
"And by being patient I mean ME !! I gotta learn it *paaatience paaaatience paaatience is a virtue*" Check out her posts below.