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August 25, 2014
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Restraining Order says Ishawna
Shereita Grizzle, STAR Writer

Ishawna - file

Since news of their break-up surfaced earlier this year, both Foota Hype and dancehall artiste Ishawna have denied any bad blood between them.

The pair told the media that the split was amicable and stated that their working relationship would cause the two to remain in each other's circle.

However, the release of a new track titled Restraining Order by Ishawna may lead people to think otherwise. Earlier this month, reports surfaced that the Need Love singer filed a restraining order against her ex-fiancÚ. She confirmed those reports.

"I did file a restraining order but that is a court matter and I cannot disclose any further details," she said. When quizzed about the obvious links between her pending restraining order and the song, Ishawna said she is leaving everything up to people's interpretations.

"People always think I'm talking about myself when I put out songs, but I'm just being creative and I will leave it up to people to think what they want," she explained.

The new track by Ishawna was produced by Justus Arison on the newly released High Life rhythm, and seemingly shows the singer revealing intimate details about her relationship with her ex.

The track begins with the artiste declaring "man have a right woman have a right to, you use to hurt me now a me a hurt you."

However, the singer said the song may or may not be about her personal relationship. "I am going through some personal issues right now, and as an artiste I write from a personal place but I'm just doing music," she said


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