R&B icon Usher's trap experiment, A, with famed producer Zaytoven has received tragic reviews since its release last week. Fans are begging the Confessions crooner to trek back to his roots and even enlisted the help of ex-girlfriend Chilli.
However, it appears that earlier this week, a suspicious since-deleted Twitter user under the handle lala20548756 rushed to Usher's defense and fought back anyone against his latest LP.
A is simply an ode to Atlanta, his hometown and was apparently made in 5 days as a birthday gift to himself. So, "of course it won't be like My Way and 8701," according to the burner account.
"Just to be clear…Usher is definitely NOT behind this account and Usher does NOT have a burner account @lala20548756,” stated the rep. Now, many celebs have secret accounts, and most are smart enough to not get caught. Whether or not there's any actual truth to this, it's a genius way to get album promo.
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