SZA Details Racial Profiling At “Sandy Sephora” While Shopping For Fenty

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SZA says she had a case of racial profiling at “Sandy Sephora” and had security called on her.

While she didn’t post a video of what took place, it appears that the TDE singer had a bad enough experience to warrant a social media backlash for Sandy Sephora. SZA revealed on Twitter last night that she was out shopping at the premium store location in Calabasas when security was called to escort her out for no reason. The Sephora in question is located at The Commons at Calabasas outdoor mall.

SZA says she was just there to buy some Fenty products when she had the bad experience. “Lmao Sandy Sephora location 614 Calabasas called security to make sure I wasn’t stealing,” she tweeted. SZA says she had a long talk before removing herself from the store. “We had a long talk. U have a blessed day Sandy.”

“Can a b*tch cop her fenty in peace er whut,” the R&B singer continues. SZA is a huge fan of Fenty and was even featured in one of the brand’s campaigns back in 2017. Some of her fans and a few celebrities on social media also spoke about having a bad experience at Sandy Sephora.

Coincidentally, SZA has a new song coming out titled “Sephora,” and some fans couldn’t tell if this was a promo buildup ahead of the release of the song, or just pure coincidence. Turns out that it was the later.