Grammy-nominated singer, SZA was minding her own business while shopping for Fendy at the Calabasas location of Sephora yesterday. The Maplewood, NJ native revealed that the store called security on her based on the suspicion of stealing. A message to Sephora: do your Googles.

SZA took to Twitter to explain the incident.

“Lmao Sandy Sephora location 614 Calabasas called security to make sure I wasn’t stealing, she wrote. “We had a long talk. U have a blessed day Sandy.”

That “long talk” certainly put “Sanda Sephora” in here place. The TDE artist did not call for a boycott of the store, but many should be aware of the prejudice that lies within the Sephora walls in Calabasas. She just wanted to cop some Fenty.

Her fans, on the other hand, were extremely vocal about their displeasure following the incident. One fan called for the cancellation of the beauty store brand.

“Racial establishment. Racial profile black people and have security follow them to make sure they don’t steal.”

After tweeting about the incident, the 28-year-old singer may have hinted at some new music.

TDE’s president, Punch, tweeted about “a couple ideas” he has about SZA’s sophomore album.

Her platinum-selling debut, Ctrl earned her five Grammy nominations, two double platinum singles, and two gold singles. She recently performed medleys from her debut at Broccoli Fest in Washington D.C. last weekend. With the two year anniversary around the corner, fans are anticipating new music from the TDE first lady. As you can see Punch is excited about it.