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Tinashe is pleading for "No Drama" in her new single, but she might be getting some anyway.
The simmering new track arrived late Wednesday night, featuring Migos' Offset. Coincidentally, the rapper is now battling controversy surrounding his use of the word "queers" in his recent YFN Lucci collaboration "Boss Life."
While the song was released weeks ago with a censored lyric video, the uncensored music video arrived this week, highlighting Offset's lyrical claim that he "cannot vibe with queers."
He has since taken to Instagram to apologize, assuring fans he was not directing the lyrics at the LGBTQ community, but rather he had struggled to find rhyming words. He claimed his diss was intended for the "paparazzi" and people who "stalk you."
As for "No Drama," the song is Tinashe's first release of the year and likely the first teaser of her long-awaited Joyride, which is among Variance's 45 Albums to Watch for in 2018.