Mark Ronson Vexed Over Amy Winehouse Misquote
Mark Ronson – the producer behind Amy Winehouse’s second album, 'Back To Black' – has recently lashed out at reporters, claiming that he had been misquoted in an interview about the late singer and Adele. A recent interview, which was published on the Village Voice website, reported Ronson as having said Winehouse was "freaked out" by Adele’s success – something which Ronson wholeheartedly denies...
The interview also went on to claim that the 'Rehab' singer was also "upset" and "restless" by Adele’s rise to fame and domination of the charts following the release of her sophomore album, '21'. A furious Mark Ronson took to his Facebook page this morning to say that he would not "tolerate" being misquoted. He also went on to say that he would no longer answer questions about the late singer.
"Some journalist quoted me as saying Amy was 'freaked out' by Adele's success. Jesus Christ," he wrote. "I read the interview for the first time just now, and there are so many wrong quotes in there. I can tell the dude was writing whatever he wanted because he uses words and language that I never EVER f**king use in my daily life. All these other words are a complete affront to me, her, Adele and anyone who reads this sh**e."
Words: Alya Mooro (@MoorizZLA)
Online editing: Joseph 'JP' Patterson (@Jpizzledizzle)