Songwriter Blames Travis Scott For Rihanna’s ‘ANTI’ Delay


At this point, everything surrounding Rihanna’s eighth studio album is a bit strange. From the sudden ANTI name change, to the art, to the cryptic “ANTIdiary” campaign, to the dark, creepy commercials – but we’re all still waiting just the same. As rumor after rumor continues to flood the Internet about its official release date, the “Where Is ANTI?” saga now has yet another strange component: commentary from a songwriter named Glass John. John, who alleges that he has co-written a song on the album, took to Twitter on Sunday (Dec. 27) with a lengthy rant regarding ANTI’s whereabouts.

Calling Rihanna his “wife,” John claims that Travis Scott is behind the delay of ANTI. Blaming the Bajan pop star’s rumored boyfriend for switching the lead single to “Bitch Better Have My Money,” the album’s name change, and switching the album’s release dates, John also alleges that Scott has been putting Rihanna in danger. The song he claims to have co-written, “Kiss It Better,” was prepped to be the lead single according to his rant, until Roc Nation put its trust in Scott’s “genius.”

We couldn’t make this up if we tried. Peep Glass John’s tweets on Rihanna, Travis Scott and ANTI below:

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