SZA remains one of the biggest names in R&B. She’s on fire, since Christmas Day 2020, when she put out her “Good Days” single, which is 2x platinum, in the US.
SZA has also been featured on one of the biggest records of 2021, which is Doja Cat’s “Kiss Me More.” This single has since become the longest running all-female collaboration, in the top 10, of the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
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SZA Blasts Photographer For Leaking Photos
On SZA’s Twitter feed, she recently addressed a certain photographer, who leaked photos that they shot together. She explained how this man, Edwig Henson, didn’t care about putting these photos out, without her approval. Henson also didn’t care if SZA didn’t want to work him him ever again. SZA also explained how this situation has made her feel so disrespected, and how she didn’t have a say in this situation, at all.
“He literally text me m said ‘sorry if u never wanna work w me again but I decided I’m releasing these’ never felt more powerless or disrespected,” SZA explained. “Releasing pictures of me w out my consent is scary . Y’all be careful working w folk u don’t know well.”
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Photographer Claims That He Isn’t Seeking Any Attention
After receiving a lot of expected backlash, Henson took to his Twitter account, to touch on the situation. He emphasized that he’s no chasing clout at all, and he’s not the bad guy, that social media is supposedly portraying him to be. He also revealed that this issue with SZA, is resulting in him receiving death threats, on Twitter and Instagram.
“Definitely not doing anything for clout, there’s so much more to this than you guys know, I’m not a bad person. I’m not arguing with anyone on social media. Never have, never will. And please stop sending death threats.”
Definitely not doing anything for clout, there’s so much more to this than you guys know, I’m not a bad person. I’m not arguing with anyone on social media. Never have, never will. And please stop sending death threats
— Edwig (@Edwiggery) October 26, 2021
SZA Is Returning To The Stage Next Month
Despite the ongoing situation with this photographer, SZA still has even more big things on the way. Last week, she took to social media to reveal six concerts that she will have, during the month of November. Things will kick off on November 3, in Houston, and conclude on November 14, at the 3-day Day N Vegas festival, in Las Vegas.
Fans have also anxiously been waiting for SZA to finally release her second album. Her last project was her 2017 debut studio album, “Ctrl,” which ended up being the number three album in the US, and certified 2x platinum. Good Days was also SZA’s first official single, since 2017.