Detroit-born rapper DeJ Loaf may be considering a career switch-up, suggesting on social media that she may be retired from releasing music.


The 30-year-old, who is best known for her songs “No Fear,” “Back Up” with Big Sean, and “Me U & Hennessy” with Lil Wayne, appears to be weighing her options pertaining to her next moves in the music business, responding to a fan who asked her about the status of one song that she has been teasing over the course of the last few weeks.

“You should drop that song you been holding,” they asked.

“Probably never drop music again,” responded DeJ Loaf, strongly implying that she may be finished in the rap game.


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