Before she tries to "give it a go" tonight on stage at the Firefly Music Festival in Delaware, SZA took to Twitter to thank the doctors and vocal technicians who have been helping her as she deals with a vocal injury. She also shut down rumors that her voice is permanently damaged in spite of what she previously wrote in a tweet that has since been deleted.
In late May, TDE president Anthony "Top Dawg" Tiffith announced that SZA was being temporarily removed from the label’s Championship Tour after sustaining a vocal injury. "I have to take SZA off for a few days on the tour," he wrote. "Her vocal cords are swollen and she has to rest her voice to prevent any permanent damage."
One week after the announcement made, SZA returned for a show in New York City. After getting off the stage, she posted a series of deleted tweets claiming that her voice was permanently damaged. Top Dawg immediately tried calming down her concerned fan base by reassuring them that SZA "will be fine."
Top Dawg has hopefully lived up to his promise with SZA’s scheduled return tonight. All we can hope is that everything goes down without a hitch.