SZA Claims Her Voice Is "Permanently Injured"

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Following her set at NYC's Madison Square Garden, the artist questions her injury.

(AllHipHop News) A week ago, Top Dawg Entertainment CEO Anthony "Top Dawg" Tiffith announced SZA was taking a break from the label's "The Championship Tour" to rest her vocal chords. The "Broken Clocks" singer scared some of her fans when she briefly claimed she may have long-lasting damage.

"My voice is permanently injured. Great!!!!!!!!!!!!! YAYYYYYUUYH!!!!!!!!," wrote SZA on Twitter. "Tonight was the test. That settles that." She added, "I jus [sic] wanna be left alone my priorities are f-cked up. They been f-cked up. I need space goodbye.” The tweets were later deleted.

SZA became a mainstream star with the release of her Ctrl album in 2017. The LP earned Grammy nominations for Best Urban Contemporary Album, Best R&B Performance for "The Weekend," Best R&B Song for "Supermodel," and Best Rap/Sung Performance for "Love Galore."

The 27-year-old vocalist also earned a Grammy nod for Best New Artist. However, she was completely shut out at the ceremony in January.

TDE's "The Championship Tour" continues tonight (May 30) in Wantagh, New York. As of press time, there hasn't been an announcement about SZA's scheduled appearance for the concert.