Los Angeles, May 14 (IANS) “Orange is the New Black” star Ruby Rose has slammed her former record label in a scathing online post.
The former model suggested that the label re-released a five-year-old single that she recorded against her will, reports dailystar.co.uk.
She told her 7.3 million Instagram followers: “This is a classic case of someone trying to profit off a name they didn’t have faith in when they stood there at a table across from me.
“So with that I want to remind you that you will be rejected, dropped, not believed in, told you can’t do something, made to feel you’re not good enough. But you must persist.
“Even if the sole reason you persist is so a conglomerate like a record label have to grasp at straws to try and make money off you later.”
The tattooed actress revealed that she was dropped by the record label when the song didn’t perform well, but said that she is not angry at the DJs who remixed the track.
She also urged fans not to buy the re-released track.