TLC responds to upset fans over delayed album: 'call Kickstarter and ask for your money back'

Some of TLC's supporters are angry that their new album funded by Kickstarter won't be released this year...

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In January this year, TLC raised $430,000 on Kickstarter in order to jump start a new album, but now, many who supported the cause are wondering just where their money went as we’re nearing the end of the year and still haven’t seen the album.

Since then, Twitter has had some fun at TLC’s expense, creating the hashtag #TLCIsGoingToJailParty, which points out the fact that TLC has allegedly taken everyone’s money and run.

On Sunday, TLC member T-Boz to the complaints of fans who donated money on Kickstarter but who have yet to see a new album.

“Y’all sound ridiculous we’re I n the damn studio recording it,” T-Boz said of the album to a Twitter user asking for her money back.

T-Boz told another Twitter fan that if he was unhappy with the timeline for TLC’s new album that he should ask for a refund.

“Call Kickstarter and tell em yo give it bk,” she wrote.

The duo were later dragged on Twitter via a series of hilarious memes using the hashtag #TLCIsGoingToJailParty.

In September T-Boz and Chilli updated their fans on the status of their Kickstarter-funded album letting folks know that new music won’t arrive until some point next year.

“After seeing and greeting so many of you on our tour this summer, we took a short break and now we are in the studio recording our new album with Ron Fair, coming out in 2016. The music is coming out great and it’s only with your support of TLC on Kickstarter that this is possible. We thank you and promise that we will continue rolling out all the Kickstarter prizes except the album by mid-October. We are moving the album back to 2016, so that we will have more time to finish the record the TLC way. Thanks as always for your love and support and we can’t wait to deliver a new record and tour next year.”