Anitta Would "Auction Off My Organs" To Get Out Of Warner Music Deal


Anitta Would "Auction Off My Organs" To Get Out Of Warner Music Deal

She's in the thick of mainstream mayhem, and Anitta is regretting her record deal. Every so often, artists hop on social media to unleash their ire with their labels. It's becoming a regular occurrence these days, and Brazilian hitmaker Anitta is the latest to air out a few grievances. Since first emerging around 2010, the singer has been hard at work, developing her career on global stages. She's more recently earned success in the U.S., partnering with peers like Missy Elliott, Miley Cyrus, and Jack Harlow.

As Anitta's star continues to rise and demand for her talents is unending, she recently took to Twitter with complaints about Warner Music. A fan said they hoped Anitta would leave her label and add her voice to a space that appreciated her. She responded pointedly and didn't mince words about being unhappy with her contract.

Anitta Wants Out

SAO PAULO, BRAZIL - FEBRUARY 11: Brazilian singer Anitta performs live on stage during a show at Memorial da América Latina on February 11, 2023 in Sao Paulo, Brazil.(Photo by Mauricio Santana/Getty Images)

In a loose translation provided by Google, Anitta made her voice evident. "My love, if I had a fine to pay, I would have already auctioned off my organs," she replied. "No matter how expensive it was to get out. But unfortunately it doesn't. When you're young and still don't know much, you have to pay close attention to the things you sign... if you can't spend a lifetime paying for the mistake."

Billboard reached out to Warner Music for comment on Anitta's remarks, but they declined to make a statement. "Leila Oliveira, Warner Music Brazil's new president, did not respond to a message from Billboard," the outlet further shared. "Brandon Silverstein, Anitta's U.S.-based manager, also did not respond to a request for comment."

A Timeline To The End Of Her Music Career

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Anitta may be a hitmaker with many more successful years, but she's already mapping out her retirement. She closed out January by telling Billboard that she only has another five or six years in the music industry before she's done. "For sure, definitely," she said, adding that she's ready for "change, challenges and trying new things." The singer also emphasized excitement about moving forward with her acting career. The publication noted that she has already begun considering several feature film offers.



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