Following the success of the Grammy-nominated CTLR, many fans have been anticipating SZA’s sophomore album. After deflecting questions about her album release for over three years, the 29-year-old singer revealed this week that she’s had a “hostile” relationship with the leadership at her record label.

In a series of back-and-forth tweets with fans, the “Love Galore” singer exposed a rift between her and Top Dawg Entertainment President Terrence Louis Henderson Jr. She expressed frustration with the priority given to her as an artist and asked fans to direct their album related questions to Henderson Jr., also known by his rap name Punch.

“At this point y’all gotta ask punch. I've done all I can do,” the singer wrote in an Aug. 19 tweet that has since been deleted, the Source reports.