It’s been nothing but mad news for actress/singer Naya Rivera. First, her split from Big Sean as been nothing but messy. Followed by reports of her feuding with (former) Glee cast-mate Lea Michelle, and then being fired from the hit-series for her “diva-like” behavior shortly after; Naya just received another hit of bad news.
After being written off of the show Glee/, multiple sources have confirmed to Billboard that Rivera’s relationship with her record label has ended.
The now former Glee star was dropped from Colombia Records, and is no longer on the roaster. She star signed with the label in 2011, and did not release a full-length with Columbia.
The 27-year-old was one of the first “Glee” actors to land a solo record deal, and announced plans to begin work on an album in summer 2011. Last September, “Sorry,” Rivera’s debut single featuring then-boyfriend Big Sean, was released; the song did not chart on the Hot 100 and has sold 34,000 downloads to date, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
We’re guessing Rivera wasn’t too upset about the news as she posted a picture on her Instagram for ThrowBack Thursday, wearing a leather jacket with a hot pink bra captioned, “#TBT and a little preview of what’s to come…it’s gunna be a good summer!