Throughout his Versuz battle with Jadakiss, the rapper claims that the ‘Formally Lacking You’ singer did not participate within the first remake of ‘So Into You’ due to her surgical procedure.
Tamia made it clear that the explanation why she wasn’t on the primary “So Into You” remake didn’t have one thing to do along with her well being. The Canadian singer-songwriter revealed it after her collaborator, Fabolous, claimed throughout his Versuz battle with Jadakiss that she did not participate within the remake as a result of she had a throat surgical procedure.
“There’s lots of backwards and forwards about how there was Tamia and Ashanti,” he mentioned on the time. “Tamia is who the unique track got here from. Tamia was getting surgical procedure on her throat on the time once we did the track. So we obtained Ashanti to do the track as a result of she was getting–and then we did the video, she was again. She obtained her s**t again collectively.”
Nevertheless, Ashanti “was in every single place, Ashanti was scorchin, right now, so she was in every single place, and we could not get a schedule… we could not get the video so, we got here again with Tamia… we laid the vocals after her throat surgical procedure and, in order that’s why it’s two verses. Tamia model, after which there’s an Ashanti model, each of them did they factor.”
Following Fabolous’ claims, Tamia took to her social media accounts to disclaim the declare by saying that she by no means had a throat surgical procedure earlier than. Posting a photograph of her data, the “Formally Lacking You” singer captioned the publish, “25 years. eight albums. zero throat surgical procedures.”
Tamia did not even identify names in her publish, however contemplating the timing, many individuals naturally assumed that she threw a shot at Fabolous. “zero throat surgical procedures!!! Photographs fired!” one mentioned, to which one replied, “I peeped the shade lmaoo!! I’ll all the time be group Tamia over a broad who can’t sing lmaooo.”
“So Into You” was initially launched in 1998 and was included in Tamia’s self-titled debut album. Fabolous’ remake with Tamia got here out in 2003.