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July 28, 2014
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There was no fight - Ishawna admits to only quarrelling with Foota after show
Sadeke Brooks, Staff Reporter


Amidst allegations that she was in a physical altercation with her ex-fiancÚ Foota Hype recently, singer Ishawna says they were merely involved in an argument.

It was being rumoured that the singer and her selector ex-fiancÚ were involved in a fight after her performance at Chug It in Portmore last week.

However, Ishawna has cleared the air, stating that there was no physical fight between them.

"We were not fighting, we had an argument," she said.

"The whole Downsound was there, it was just a verbal altercation between me and him."

She, however, did not disclose what the argument was about.

This incident comes just months after she announced that she had parted ways with Foota Hype despite being together for almost a decade and being parents of a son.

"It's done, I am just doing me. We have to deal with each other regardless 'cause we work together. There is no bad vibe or anything, but because of personal issues, we call it quits. Sometimes, that's just how it is in life, nobody knows the answer," she told THE STAR in an interview in March.

But the split came as quite the surprise to many, as there was much fanfare around their engagement in April last year.

She also said she didn't expect there to be any awkwardness between them as it relates to raising their son. And she did not expect it to affect their working relationship.

"We still have to work together because we are still signed to Downsound Records. No animosity or anything ... we had such a public relationship, so we have to let the people know that we are no longer attached in that way. I am not gonna say I hate him 'cause I don't. It's not working right now, and I just want to focus on my career," she said in the March interview.

Meanwhile, Ishawna has been gaining much traction in the entertainment industry since releasing the music video for Need Love.

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