SZA Doesn’t Have Beef with Taylor Swift: “I Feel Silly That I Even Have to Say This” 

Fans of both SZA and Taylor Swift have interpreted the two artists promoting their music as evidence of their fighting.

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SZA dethroned Swift’s Midnights on the Billboard 200 with her recently released album SOS. Soon after, Swift broke a bout of silence on socials to promote four new digital copies of her 2022 record, which included some behind-the-scenes materials. SZA fans then took to Twitter to accuse the “Anti-Hero” singer of trying to bump herself back up to the No. 1 spot.

In light of the online discourse, SZA has taken to Twitter to dispel any rumors of fighting between the two women.

“Uhh I feel silly that I even have to say this but I see supporters arguing and I hate that,” SZA wrote on Twitter. “I don’t have beef w ANYONE especially not Taylor lmao.”

She went on to compliment Midnights. “I genuinely loved her album and the writing!” she added. “Everyone’s jus tryna do their BEST as we all should. LOVE TO EVERYONE.”

In other news from the SOS promo tour, SZA recently teased a music video for the track “Kill Bill.”

The short clip sees SZA take inspiration from the Quentin Tarantino film of the same name. The singer hops on the back of a motorcycle in a Uma Thurman-esque jumpsuit. The standout track from SOS sees SZA fantasize about getting the ultimate revenge on her ex and his new girl.

The highly anticipated album was released last month. The LP features several collaborations with the likes of Phoebe Bridgers, Travis Scott and Don Toliver. Elsewhere are stand-alone singles “Good Days,” “I Hate U” and “Shirt.”

SZA hinted at a possible deluxe version of the record in a since-deleted Instagram post. “Thank you to every person that poured into this album,” she wrote. “I love my team. Thank y’all for loving and arguing about the album Lmaoo. Imma take another swing at it for the deluxe then shut up for a while.”

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