First, she lost her man. Then, she was reportedly fired from Glee after being written out of this season's finale. Now, word on the street is that the actress Naya Rivera has been dropped from Columbia Records. She signed a deal well over three years ago in 2011 and has yet to release a full album.
Last September, we got her hit "Sorry" which featured her then boyfriend Big Sean. But it has only went on to sell 34,000 downloads and failed to make a radio impact or chart on Billboard. As far as Glee goes, she is said to be fired an not returning for the sixth season due to fueding with co-star Lea Michele. See the report below.
Naya Rivera is no longer on the Columbia Records roster, multiple sources have confirmed to Billboard. The "Glee" star signed with the label in 2011, and did not release a full-length with Columbia.
The 27-year-old, who plays Santana Lopez on the hit Fox series, 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.
Meanwhile, rumors persist that Rivera has been fired from "Glee," which is winding down its fifth season. Although a rep for the singer/actress called reports of her firing "absolutely untrue" to The Hollywood Reporter, other reports have claimed that a feud with co-star Lea Michele has led to Rivera's permanent dismissal.
Poor girl! I liked her song "Sorry" though. It was very 90's sounding and Listen to it below just an all out jam!