Without sharing what prompted the confession, the TDE songbird took to her Instagram Stories on Wednesday (December 27) to acknowledge that her contribution to the song — which also features Sexyy Red — is not exactly easy to decipher.
“Y’all lmao I was sick w a fever n couldnt breathe when I recorded this and told @champagnepapi no one would understand me n I sound crazy,” she wrote. “He said noooo ur fine anyways here’s the lyrics to RBD once n for all.”
The Lana songstress then reposted the story to her main feed, a long with a clarification of the lyrics to the track.
“‘You been so good and you deserve to end your suffering, I need good dick n conversation can you comfort me. I got a feeling this is more than what we both say I got a feeling this is more than feelings,” she wrote. “I can’t let you get away .. feels good but it can’t be love . Ain’t a damn thing that I’d do ! Ain’t a damn thing oooooo’ just in case lmao love y’all.”
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— HipHopDX (@HipHopDX) December 28, 2023
Earlier this month, SZA sat down for an in-depth interview with Apple Music’s Zane Lowe. While shring that she sometimes lacks confidence in herself, she revealed that her music career was birthed out of a desire to prove a point to her then-fiancé.
“Some people choose music as a career and they feel very certain about what they’re doing and why they’re doing it,” SZA said around the 26:20 mark of the conversation. “But I was never quite certain, and I was going to music to prove a point.
“When I started making music, it was to my ex-fiancé because he was paying for everything – my food, my clothes, where I lived. And he was like eight years my senior so I was so co-dependent. And he was so talented. He’s a designer and so brilliant.”
She continued: “His ex-girlfriends were all lawyers and businesswomen and artists and all these things. And you know, I’m a college dropout and still bartending at the strip club. So I felt like I lacked value. So when I started trying to make music, it was this thing that I didn’t have to try at and I was randomly good at.”
“I realized as of recent a lot of this shit is not normal,” she began, speaking on her success. “I didn’t know how to process that experience and I was having a lot of lashing out and a lot of frustration — a lot of opinions, a lot of entitlement to your space, a lot of entitlement to your time, a lot of expectation and no one is understanding, in the realm of being like ‘Why?’”