The Malu Trevejo-Travis Scott contract drama has not ended yet.

The Cuban-born singer revealed she would no longer be signed to Scott's record label, Cactus Jack Records.

Trevejo took to her Instagram stories to share that she initially hadn't lied about being signed by the renowned record company. She added she recently cut all ties with those companies and Scott.

"I wouldn't lie about getting signed to anybody. Things just changed and that's ok. Be tha means something bigger is waiting for me," she wrote in one of her Instagram stories.

She also claimed that she had a two-hour-long conversation with Scott before signing the contract and during that time, Trevejo said she even cried and hugged the famed rapper, whose full name is Jacques Bermon Webster II.

She explained,

And a lot of you probably going to be like you don't got explain yourself to the haters. I don't but I like making sure that what I say makes sense because it makes sense to me and maybe make sense to them but I don't want to admit it but I just wanna always be clear I'm very transparent.

In her later story, Trevejo thanked Scott, his team, and Atlantic Records for having her on their team. She added that whatever was happening with her was happening for the best.

"Things started changing when I went back to my religion and I was wearing Moldavite," she added, revealing the reason her contract was canceled. "I'm okay with that because I'm used to things not working the end. I always see why they didn't work out."

To prove that her claims were not fake, and she was signed in the first place, she posted a snap of her contract paper.

When a netizen tried to troll her in one of her TikTok videos' comment section writing, "Rip to your new signing with he canceled," the singer also gave back a strong reply. She responded by stating that she was not released from the contract, but she herself got out of the contract.

Travis Scott's Astroworld Concert Incident

Trevejo's backing out of the contract has come in the wake of Scott's Astroworld concert incident. During the November 5 Astroworld music festival in Houston, Texas, at NRG Park — where Scott and Drake were performing — eight people were killed and hundreds injured. The show was attended by about 50,000 people.

The incident happened after concert-goers surged toward the stage when Drake appeared on stage. 

Texas attorney Thomas J. Henry even filed a lawsuit against Scott and Drake as well as Live Nation and NRG Stadium.

"Live musical performances are meant to inspire catharsis, not tragedy," Henry said in a press release. "Many of these concert-goers were looking forward to this event for months, and they deserved a safe environment in which to have fun and enjoy the evening. Instead, their night was one of fear, injury, and death."

According to The Daily Mail's report, the suit was filed on behalf of concert attendee Kristian Paredes, 23, from Austin, Texas. Paredes reportedly filed the complaint seeking more than $1 million in damages after both rappers allegedly "incited the crowd" and left him injured.