It appears that SZA decided to make life under quarantine a little more enjoyable, as the gifted singer shared a new video clip on Instagram in which she flaunted her envious figure and amazing dancing skills.
In the footage, SZA, whose real name is Solana Imani Rowe, could be seen baring her toned stomach, while keeping the rhythm to the iconic hit by Memphis Bleek, “Dear Summer.”
The post was quickly liked by many of the singer’s impressive fans, and people rushed to the comment section to compliment her on her beauty and epic moves.
Even though most of the comments were overwhelmingly positive, there was still one user of the popular social media platform who decided to mock the “What Lovers Do” artist with the words, “People be happy for they surgery lawd.”
However, it appears that SZA was not affected by the statement because she answered back with, “this is the biggest compliment I’ve ever received…thank you so much,” and concluded with a couple of emojis.
This music lover has a theory as to why SZA picked that song: “Am I wrong for thinking these bars was shots at summer Walker 😂😂 You look good though sis 😍.”
An enthusiastic supporter called the singer a goddess and added: “God really has favorites 😩 , Nice. .do you live in a bikini all times?”
SZA received this kind message: “People love to call things they don’t understand witchcraft; ANYWAYS I’m excited about this, 🌹🌞you look so hot.”
An Instagrammer told Sza that she is going on a diet with this comment: “Never eating again 😩🙌🏾🙌🏾 This the best thing I ever seent.”
Another backer wrote this positive message for the diva: “Aye bae, where are your clothes come back inside 🥺Damn, am late fucc smh 🤦🏾♂️ this should be a crime you so fine got damnit 😂😂🥰😍🥰😍🥰”
The musician made headlines at the beginning of the year, and she delighted her fans with the announcement that they can expect new material from her in 2020.
The songwriter claimed the same in an interview with Rolling Stone one month later, when she stated that “Music is coming out this year for sure.”
Despite that, there is still no set date for the release of her album, SZA hinted that the project would be heavily influenced by some of her favorite jazz musicians like Ella Fitzgerald and the quartet Hiatus Kaiyot.