Naya Rivera Rep Denies She Was Dropped from Columbia Records
Naya Rivera has found herself the subject of a host of news reports this week. Earlier in the week, a rep for the actress denied reports that she had been fired from the FOX musical dramedy. Today, a rep has released a statement refuting a report in Billboard.com that she was dropped from her Columbia Records label.
"To be clear, any rumors or statements made as fact, that Naya Rivera was fired or let go from Glee or dropped from her recording contract, are categorically false," her rep said in a statement. "Someone obviously has an agenda to damage Naya's good name and the media are failing at their duty to responsibly vet their sources and verify what is true and what is not. Naya's attorneys are prepared to take any and all legal action to enforce and protect her rights."
Rivera inked a record deal with Columbia back in 2011 as a solo artist. Her first single, titled 'Sorry', was released in September of 2013, and featured her now ex- fiance, Big Sean. According to Nielsen SoundScan, the song has currently sold 34,000 downloads.