It Seems Like Griffin Johnson Took His Song Off Spotify Following Dixie D'Amelio's Response

Carolyn Twersky
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Photo credit: Instagram
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From Seventeen

  • Griffin Johnson released a song earlier this week that was seemingly about his breakup with Dixie D'Amelio.

  • Dixie then used the song to call out Griffin for allegedly cheating on her.

  • Now, the song is no longer on streaming platforms and many suspect Griffin himself took it off.

If you're trying to jam out to Griffin Johnson's new song, "Convenient," I have some bad news for you. Just a few days after the TikTok star dropped his new track, he has seemingly removed it from streaming platforms.

Instagram account @TikTokRoom posted screenshots, showing that the song now comes up as unavailable on both Spotify and Apple Music, when it was previously available to stream on both.

This comes after Dixie used "Convenient" to expose Griffin for cheating on her, which he seemingly denies in the song. On Thursday, the 19-year-old posted a TikTok with the track as the audio, where she shared screenshots of Griffin allegedly messaging other girls while they were dating.

It's possible that Griffin removed the song following the drama and some are not too happy about it, taking to Twitter to ask him to put it back on.

It's unclear why it's no longer available and if it will ever return to streaming. In the meantime, you can still listen to the track on YouTube, or you can just watch Dixie's TikTok over and over again like I am.

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