Timbaland and Keri Hilson Pen Apology to Jay-Z and Beyoncé on ‘Sorry’ [Details]

Rucuss staffJuly 17, 2013

Timbaland is one of the producers of Jay-Z’s new album Magna Carta…Holy Grail, but their relationship hasn’t always been solid.

Timbaland and Jay-Z fell out awhile back and it took time to get back on good terms. He opens up about the fall out with Jay to Revolt TV and the song he recorded as an apology. Timbaland claims it was over “petty” and personal stuff unrelated to the industry.

“I got this one song that I did with Keri on my album called ‘Sorry,’ and Keri actually tells the story about the whole Beyoncé thing and how she was sorry about it because she wasn’t really talking about Beyoncé but other people,” Timbaland said.

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Keri was accused of dissing Beyoncé on the remix to her 2009 single Turnin’ Me On. Hilson sings, “Your vision cloudy if you think that you the best/You can dance, she can sing, but need to move it to the left.”

But despite the controversial lyrics, Hilson has always denied that the song was about the Bow Down singer. Watch Timbaland talk about the apology song below.

Photos via 57thhave.com and TattleTailzz.com


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