Bridget Kelly, Jay-Z's artist, talks about clearing up the misunderstanding that surrounds her "stealing" a song from YMCMB's, Shanell.
Things are all good according to Bridget:
"I didn't steal a song. I like Shanell very much. That was a label argument, that had nothing to do with Shanell and I.
"Shanell and I actually cleared that up. It was actually pretty clear with us."
Shanell spoke to BET, back in '11, about a song she wrote that found its way onto Bridget's EP, Every Girl.
"First off, let me say this, Bridget Kelly is another female artist, she does her thing and I don't have any beef with her.
"It was the politics and the people that do business behind her that I had a problem with once I saw her EP with a song that I wrote on there that I was planning on using on my album. And then when I saw the song it had no information about who wrote or produced the record and I saw that for every other record on there so I was kind of hurt."
Bridget explains this at the 6:41 mark:
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