Following Dev Hynes' angry tweets aimed at Solange Knowles yesterday (November 25), accusing his former collaborator of talking behind his back, Knowles has now taken to the social networking site to respond to Hynes' tweets directly and defend herself.
Knowles denied any wrongdoing, claiming she's only ever praised Hynes - but hinted he hadn't been honest about the credit he took for working on her 2012 EP True, saying: "I still support your artistry & am extremely happy for your success. I just wished you were honest about the making of my album." She also wished Hynes well, before saying "That's all I'm going to say on this."
Her comments came after a series of tweets posted by Hynes yesterday (November 25), in which he accused Knowles of going behind his back. "If you wanna take shots at me text me call me talk to me in person but don't ever drop a subliminal, talk behind my back, or send a flunky," he fumed.
Watch the video for Solange's 'Losing You' below:
The pair, who collaborated extensively last year, fell out after disputes between who had what role during the making of Solange's True, which included the Hynes-produced 'Losing You'. Hynes revealed in a recent interview with The Fader that things weren't great between them. "We've spoken but I don't know where it's at," he admitted.
Before signing off the social networking site yesterday, Solange also hinted Hynes, known for his production work and project Blood Orange, had been ignoring her. "Your phone been going straight to VM for long time," she posted. Hmm, no hopes of a 'Losing You Part 2' then?