Aside from her riveting performance of “Broken Clocks” on Sunday night’s 60th annual Grammy Awards (and what some felt was a snub for the Best New Artist award), singer SZA caused quite a stir on Twitter last night for what some believed to be Terp attire.
The Grammy-nominated artist sported a white jersey with a big red “M” on the front, which made many people think the Missouri-born singer was representing University of Maryland.
“ALERT ALERT @SZA IS WEARING A MARYLAND SHIRT!!! #GRAMMYs (or a random big M but let us take this W),” tweeted user @allisonoreilly.
“Can I borrow Sza’s outfit for the next Maryland game I go to? #grammys,” tweeted @nadineisimpson.
While SZA being in the Maryland spirit would have been timely because of her upcoming tour stops in Baltimore Saturday and in Silver Spring on Feb. 5 (both concerts were rescheduled from their original dates in August), it appears SZA was representing for another M-world. The designer Monse displayed the shirt in their Spring 2018 line.