Did Travis Scott Respond To Claims Of Delaying Rihanna's 'ANTI' Album?
The Houston native is reportedly dispelling these rumors.
Rihanna's fans and spectators were patiently awaiting a special gift this holiday season with the rumored arrival of her album, ANTI, on Christmas Day. Instead, bystanders received news that the album was allegedly delayed due to a certain artist's reported input.
One of the project's songwriters, Glass John, took to his Twitter account and revealed claims that Rih's suspected partner, Travis Scott, is the reason behind ANTI remaining under lock and key. John, who penned a melody for the album titled "Kiss It Better," wrote that the "Antidote" rapper "keeps putting doubt in her mind," and claims that the Houston native wants Rihanna to make "an all trap hood ghetto album."
After the string of tweets went viral, Scott reportedly shared his response on the matter, AllHipHop reports, using his Snapchat to dispel the allegations. With a screenshot of the story's headline on HotNewHipHop, Scott wrote, "Don't believe this sh*t."
Rihanna's eighth studio album has been teased for quite some time, increasing the anticipation level with her ANTIdiaRY video campaign. With a new visual each week, fans are getting closer and closer to getting their hands on a copy of the Bajan singer's new tunes.
Maybe once the ball drops on New Year's Day, the world-renowned artist will also drop ANTI to start off 2016 on a high note.