Leaving Ronson confused with her harsh comment, Winehouse apologizes to the producer by tweeting 'Ronson I love you; that make it better?'.
Amy Winehouse has backtracked over comments she made about Mark Ronson after telling him he's "dead to" her - by publicly declaring her love for him instead. The "Rehab" hitmaker took to her Twitter.com blog on Friday, September 17 to proclaim she is cutting all ties with her pal and collaborator after accusing him of taking credit for her fame.
The comments came after Ronson, who worked on Winehouse's 2006 release "Back to Black", appeared on Jools Holland's British TV show saying he had "created the tracks" on the album. Ronson was left confused by Winehouse's remarks, insisting he needed to speak to the singer to ask what she meant, telling BBC Breakfast, "I've always been really candid about saying that Amy is the reason I am on the map."
"If it wasn't for the success of 'Back to Black', no-one would have cared too much about (Ronson's second album) Version. Amy is a friend and I think that's something I should discuss with her personally."
But Winehouse has already attempted to make amends, writing on Twitter, "Ronson I love you; that make it better? You know I love you - it's a Jew thing. (sic)"