Update: Urban Outfitters Did Not Sell Halsey's Album Early

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Halsey performs onstage during the 2017 Billboard Music Awards at T-Mobile Arena on May 21, 2017 in Las Vegas. 

UPDATE: Urban Outfitters did not sell early copies of Halsey's new album, despite erroneous tweets to the contrary. 

Urban Outfitters accidentally leaked alternative music artist Halsey’s 2015 debut Badlands, mistakenly shipping a bunch of copies out weeks in advance and then mistakenly selling more copies in stores three days before its release date.

Halsey wasn’t happy then, angrily tweeting “What kind of company are you?” at the retailer, but she evidently got over it, because she decided to sell a limited edition version of her next album, Hopeless Fountain Kingdom, exclusively on Urban Outfitters:

But maybe she shouldn’t have. Because Hopeless Fountain Kingdom is supposed to be out this Friday, but once again, Urban Outfitters has already started selling it in stores:

Her label, Astralwerks, seems concerned:

And her fans are really not having it:

Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, Hopeless Fountain Kingdom is out now via Urban Outfitters.

This article originally appeared in Stereogum.