Following Teyana Taylor's K.T.S.E. track "Threesome," it became evident that she and her husband, NBA shooting guard Iman Shumpert, like to keep things exciting in the bedroom. However, after rumors that Shumpert got adult film star Alby Rydes pregnant, Taylor took to Twitter to take aim at her label and dismiss the pregnancy rumors. 

"I’ve never seen/touched that girl in my life," Taylor wrote. "2. My page is gone because I’m upset at @defjam for not dropping my damn “WTP” video on time, per usual. 3. It’s really sad that lies are entertained so much than the truth. 4. Iman is not dumb he know I’d kill him 😃 End of story." As the rumors began to gain traction online, many implied that Rydes had a threesome with Taylor and Shumpert, however, according to Taylor's assertion that she doesn't know the adult-film star, this doesn't seem to be the case. 

The K.T.S.E artist said she deleted her Instagram because Def Jam failed to release her "WTP" music video on time. Teyana has been no stranger to label-related drama in the past year. Prior to the release of her sophomore album, G.O.O.D. Music executed a sloppy rollout of K.T.S.E, incorporated un-cleared samples in the project and altered the songs between the listening party and the album's ultimate release. Following the release, she explained the evident setbacks she and her team experienced. “I blame a little bit of everyone because of that fact we set a date and then we had a listening party and we had clearance issues,” she explained on Big Boy's Neighborhood

Since rumors of Rydes' pregnancy began to circulate online, the adult-film star took to Instagram to confirm that Shumpert is not the father, which Teyana promptly informed her followers of on Twitter.