SZA says she’s quitting music but is she really? On Monday, SZA took to Twitter to tell her followers that she’s done with the game due to the alleged mishandling of her album. She went straight at her label Top Dawg Entertainment, by tagging the TDE president Terrence “Punch” Henderson.

“I actually quit.” tweeted SZA. “@iamstillpunch can release my album if he ever feels like it. Y’all be blessed.”

Punch hasn’t directly replied to the tweet besides a quick “lol” which was sent shortly after SZA’s rant. Whether the album is being held by Punch or if SZA is actually quitting, we’re currently unsure of.

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SZA first signed with TDE back in 2012, and has since released her debut EP, See.SZA.Run, as well her other two projects S, and Z. She has yet to release A.

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