Amy Winehouse apologises to Mark Ronson over 'dead to me' tweet

Singer tells Ronson she still loves him despite spat

Amy Winehouse apologises to Mark Ronson over 'dead to me' tweet
Amy Winehouse has apologised to Mark Ronson after slagging him off via her Twitter account at the weekend.

Writing at Twitter.comAmyjademermaid, the singer appeared to apologise for earlier suggesting that Ronson – who helped produce her last album 'Back To Black' – was "dead" to her.

"Ronson I love you; that make it better? You know I love you," she wrote, adding: "It's a jew thingz."

Winehouse's initial comments came after Ronson spoke about his working relationship with her on Later... With Jools Holland, describing how he had "created the tracks" on 2006's 'Back To Black'.

She wrote: "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."

Meanwhile, Ronson has admitted being surprised by the attack, telling BBC Breakfast he felt "confused" by it, reports BBC Newsbeat

"Amy is a friend and I think that's something I should discuss with her personally," Ronson said of the issue.

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