AMY BIDS TO GET BACK IN THE BLACK; Singer Sorry for Ronson Rant. but Mark Says Pair Still Have 'Issues'

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AMY BIDS TO GET BACK IN THE BLACK; Singer Sorry for Ronson Rant. but Mark Says Pair Still Have 'Issues'


Byline: BEV LYONS

AMY Winehouse has publicly apologised for her online rant at Back To Black producer Mark Ronson.

At the weekend, Amy accused Mark of taking too much credit for the famous record. She Tweeted: "Ronson, you're dead to me.

"One album I write and you take half the credit - make a career out of it? Don't think so BRUV."

After stunning fans with the blast, she has now had second thoughts.

She yesterday Tweeted: "Ronson I love you; that make it better? You know I love you."

Speaking exclusively to The Razz yesterday, Mark acknowledged her public apology.

But he admitted the pair still have "issues" to resolve.

He told us he isn't sure if the whole affair is a massive fuss over nothing until he talks to Amy direct. But he is confident they will "deal with it". Mark revealed: "I haven't spoken to Amy. I hear she apologised but I haven't spoken to her about it yet.

"When I see her we will just speak in person and deal with it.

"I don't really know if it is just a storm in a teacup as I didn't speak to her. All I know is everyone else's conjecture."

It's believed Amy's comments were provoked by Mark's appearance on last Friday night's Later With Jools Holland, where he suggested she had come along with only basic acoustic songs for him to arrange.

He told Jools: "Amy would come to me with just a song and an acoustic guitar and then kind of you dream up the rhythm arrangement and t rack around it and you help arrange all sorts of things. …

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