Some detrimental rumors pushed musical artist SZA to make clear on Twitter that she and Taylor Swift don’t have any points between them. Each stars launched albums in 2022, and each of these albums are doing very well by the numbers. For some cause, SZA thinks her followers are extrapolating her charts rivalry with Swift into an actual life beef.
“Uhh I really feel foolish that I even must say this however i see supporters arguing and I hate that,” she tweeted on january 5. “I haven’t got beef w ANYONE particularly not Taylor lmao I genuinely beloved her album and the writing!”
SZA added, “Everybody’s jus tryna do their BEST as all of us ought to. LOVE TO EVERYONE. Gn.”
The tweet was a part of a thread through which she inspired her followers to maintain streaming her songs, writing, “There’s 1 minute left within the monitoring week thanks for STREAMING SOS And copping digitalis.”
Whereas SZA could have needed to see her album SOS on the prime of the charts, that is clearly simply a part of the enterprise and never a private vendetta towards anybody else. On January 2, SZA’s album formally took No.1 on the Billboard 200 charts for the third week in a row. Swift’s October 2022 launch Midnights adopted intently at No. 2.
“I jus wanna say the way in which y’all been using for me and genuinely wanna see me win / get my first primary means SO a lot,” SZA said in late December. “Neighborhood is all the things and I could not do any of this w out YALL THANK YOU I LOVE AND APPRECIATE YOU-”
The artist’s first album Ctrl was launched in 2017, so her followers have been anticipating her follow-up for a very long time. Swift has launched fairly a number of albums during the last three years, and is about to start out her nationwide tour. They’re each set as much as do properly this yr with their new work and there is clearly room for everybody.
Aimée Lutkin is the weekend editor at ELLE.com. Her writing has appeared in Jezebel, Glamour, Marie Claire and extra. Her first guide, The Lonely Hunter, will likely be launched by Dial Press in February 2022.