Keri Hilson might not actually have been attempting to make amends with Beyoncé on a recent track titled “I’m Sorry.”
Over the summer, Timbaland revealed that he and Keri Hilson had been in the studio working on a track titled “I’m Sorry” that would hopefully settle their differences with Jay-Z and Beyoncé respectively. Whatever they did, it seemed to have worked for Timbo and Hov, who linked up to work on a some tracks for the rapper’s Magna Carta Holy Grail.
Keri and Bey may still be at odds, however, because Keri claims that her verses were taken out of context.
“There’s really nothing more to tell about that song. There’s really nothing to be said about it,” Keri told Global Grind. “What I will say, is the way Tim represented my verse is a little off. It’s not something I want to talk about right now. It’s not important to me. I’m not even sure if that song will be on the album.”
After Timbaland said that he Keri apologized to Bey on the yet-to-be-released song, Keri had a conversation the producer to set things straight. Fortunately, it was just a simple misunderstanding that was easily rectified.
“I called him up,” Keri said. “We have that kind of relationship where we can speak to each other very candidly and very directly. A lot of our conversations are so deep, so I could really go there with him and let him know how I really feel.”