SZA Boldly Admits To BBL And Compares Drake To A Mean Girl

We love an honest queen! SZA admits to succumbing to her desires for a dandier derrière and reacts to Drake’s SNL skit that seemingly subbed her.

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Solána Rowe better known as SZA released her highly anticipated album S.O.S yesterday after leaving fans yearning for new music over the past 5 years. This project comes after her highly acclaimed, triple platinum debut album ‘Ctrl’. During this lapse, SZA told TMZ she created over 100 tracks and fans speculated the songstress also used this time to go under the knife to make her fanny fluffier.

The album opens with a titled track where SZA sings in her distinct tone,

“So classic, that a** so fat, it look natural, it’s not”.

TDE’s 1st lady reiterated her romp was rounder due to surgery on the song “Conceited”,

 “I just got my body done, ain’t got no guilt about it. I just heard your opinion, I could’ve did without it.”

Fans applauded her honesty and the handiwork of the surgeon who performed her procedure.

One Twitter user said,

“Sza got the best bbl in the world.”

Another user added,

“I need SZA to name drop the doctor that did her BBL.”

User @major_payen_12 tweeted,

“The doctor who did SZA’s BBL needs a Nobel Peace Prize.”

Another user cheekily tweeted,

“good morning to sza’s BBL”

SZA has openly spoken about her struggles with body image, particularly being insecure about having “no booty”. On the song “Garden (Say It Like Dat)” she laments,

“I know you’d rather be laid up with a big bootyProlly hella positive ’cause she got a big booty I know I’d rather be paid upYou know I’m sensitive ’bout having no booty, having no body, only you buddy”

I wonder if these insecurities were apparent when she dated Canadian rapper Drake many moons ago?

In 2020, the world was taken a back when Drake “outed” their past relationship on “Mr. Right Now”, a track featuring British-Atlanta rapper 21 Savage. On the tell-all tune Drizzy raps,

On Big Tigger for Audacy, the legendary host asked SZA about the SNL skit poking fun at Drake’s alleged womanizing ways. 
Tiggs inquired,
“Was it at all awkward to see the skit making fun of a situation you were apart of?”  
The Missouri native responded, 
“In a strange way, I was like, ‘did they know?’ – but they didn’t ask me to be in it. Nobody said anything…. I feel like Drake has a Regina George quality to him where it’s just kind of like, ‘Have you, or anyone you know been personally victimized?’ He’s like a cool kid, you know. When you’re the popular kid in school, it’s entertaining. It’s entertaining, but you sometimes are taking losses in the midst of that entertainment. The honesty, I respect that. But I definitely laughed real hard…I cackled.”

SZA says she and Drake have maintained a good relationship and holds Mr. Graham in high regard.

“We’re cool. And we’ve always been cool. It’s never been weird. It didn’t come completely out of the blue when he let me know. I didn’t know it was a song with 21 (Savage) or anything like that. But anytime he’s ever mentioned me, it’s always been positive. He’s never said anything negative about me. I’m grateful for that. I think highly of him…He’s King Drake.”

As for music, REVOLT reports, SZA “doesn’t see longevity in music.”  She confessed,

“I like to create. I like to write, I like to sing and I like to share. But I don’t know if chasing after superstardom or whatever I’m supposed to be doing right now is sustainable for me or for anybody. I’ma take a good swing at it, and I’ma give ’em my absolute best. I only do what I want to do, and this makes me feel free, safe and unrestricted.”

Y’all better enjoy the fan dubbed “toxic tracks” while you can. The album includes features from Don Toliver, Phoebe Bridgers, Travis Scott, and Ol’ Dirty Bastard.

S.O.S. is currently the #1 album on both Worldwide Apple Music & Worldwide iTunes Album charts.


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