Producer Glass John, notable for working with Kanye West, among others, went on a Twitter spree last night (December 27) where he claimed Rihanna was his wife (legally) and blamed Travis Scott for severely delaying her album, which he says was done last year.
THE ALBUM WOULD'VE BEEN OUT ON CHRISMAS. IF TRAVIS HADNT CONVINCED RIHANMA THAT WASNT GOOD ENOUGH . WHAT HAS HE PRODUCED TO SAY THIS!!?!!!— Johnny®™ Wintour®™ (@JohnnyWintour) December 27, 2015
the album was done last year— Johnny®™ Wintour®™ (@JohnnyWintour) December 27, 2015
The tweets were numerous and included a high amount of fan retweets after Glass John leaked a snippet of "Kiss It Better," a song he worked on with Rihanna and Jeff Bhasker. The song has since been removed from YouTube for copyright violations from Roc Nation. The producer claimed to have been on the phone with the company and Rihanna during his Twitter dispatches.
IM ON THE PHONE WITH HER RIGHT NOW I TOLD HER THAT I WAS GOING TO DO THIS— Johnny®™ Wintour®™ (@JohnnyWintour) December 27, 2015
Roc Nation has requested that i apologize for the release of my video earlier. only because it is causing world wide pandemonium.— Johnny®™ Wintour®™ (@JohnnyWintour) December 28, 2015
Among the many topics in Glass John's moment of clarity, were his working hard to get a song featured on Jay Z and Beyoncé's upcoming joint album, he and Chris Brown no longer collaborate due to his dating Rihanna and, of course, more on Travis Scott.
The producer railed against Scott, saying his "Piss On Your Grave" single was originally a solo Kanye West song that the upstart took for himself, and that the Houston native is pushing Rihanna to make trap records despite her desire to make a soulful album and the Rodeo star is delaying the album because he's trying to produce a song that's better than "Kiss It Better."
The rollout for Rihanna's forthcoming album has been song, with a couple of singles ("Bitch Better Have My Money," "FourFiveSeconds") a big Samsung marketing push, a world tour and mixed signals when an album is arriving.
As of press time, there's been no comment from Rihanna, Travis Scott or Roc Nation.
Glass John has resumed tweeting this morning and his latest update is that he's talking to management.
if you're noticing a difference in responses from me i am still dealing with this management thing right now.— Johnny®™ Wintour®™ (@JohnnyWintour) December 28, 2015
Update: Travis Scott has responded on Snapchat with a simple "Don't Believe This Bullshit" comment, which you can view, here.