SZA took to her Twitter timeline to get a few things off of her chest regarding negative chatter on social media.

The platinum-selling and Grammy Award-winning artist fired off tweets detailing how all of the negative things that have been said to her online made her doubt herself.

After accomplishing everything she was told she wouldn’t, SZA now understands that the internet is “not real.”

She tweeted:

The net is not real.

N***as said my tour would never sell and we were blessed.

N***as said my album wouldn’t do well it’s wack blah blah.

We were blessed. N***as say a lot. That’s they job.

U keep doing yours and being who God told u to be in REAL LIFE 🤍🫶🏾 love y’all

SZA, whose real name is Solána Imani Rowe, closed out her message by writing, “Turns out N***as be loud n wrong everyday.”

And by blessed I mean a double platinum album and sold-out shows all over the world.

I really believed ppl cause they were loud.

Turns out N***as be loud n wrong everyday 🤷🏾‍♀️ lol

See her original tweets below.

Oh, and just for clarity, SZA specified…

Be careful when dealing with the internet because strangers will have you digging up in doubt what you planted in faith.

Congrats to SZA on a wildly successful album (S.O.S.) and world tour!

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