SZA, the sultry songstress and lone woman on the West Coast Top Dawg Entertainment label, tweeted Monday evening that she’s leaving the label. TDE’s co-president Terrence “Punch” Henderson replied to the tweet, apparently finding humor in the singer’s quip.
In a now deleted tweet, SZA aired out some frustrations surrounding her proper TDE debut not surfacing and told her 248,000 followers that she was moving on and that Punch can do what he wants with her release.
“Actually I quit. @iamstillpunch can release my album if he ever feels like it. Y’all be blessed,” tweeted the singer.
Punch replied with a photo of Heath Ledger’s incarnation of The Joker laughing and captioned with “Lol.”
Hopefully, the two aired out their differences behind the scenes and are formalizing a plan to put out the project. Just sounds like good old fashioned artist frustration to us.
In 2013, SZA said signing with Top Dawg was a “blessing.”
See Punch’s cold-blooded reaction on the flip.