Normani claps back at fans who question her “motivation”

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Normani is shutting down speculation about her work ethic. 

On Tuesday, the singer hopped on Twitter to clap back at a user who claimed that she no longer has “motivation” to make music. 

According to Billboard, in a since deleted tweet, one user wrote, “No idea where Normani’s motivation (no pun intended) has gone but I just don’t see the same passion from her as I used to.”

They continued, “Before y’all start, its not depression so don’t even go THERE!”

Another user replied, adding, “What happens when you’ve gotten comfortable and you’re not HUNGRY anymore.”

Normani then entered the conversation, tweeting, “Just shut the f*** up.”

Following the comment, another Twitter user seemed to empathize with the “Wild Side” singer, writing, “It’s so interesting that people that have no clue what it’s like to be in the music industry & the complexities that can come with that, but will dish out unwanted & rude opinions all the time smh.”

The 26-year-old singer seemed to agree with sentiment, responding, “On top of real life s*** going on in my personal life.”

The whole ordeal appears to be over the fact that Normani has yet to share a release date for her debut album. Her debut single, “Motivation,” was released in 2019, followed by 2021’s Cardi B-assisted “Wild Side.” Her latest song, “Fair,” was released in March.

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