Akon Apology Exposed As A Fraud

Published: Tuesday 28th Aug 2007 by Sam

It turns out Akon’s ‘apology’ in his current single ‘Sorry, Blame It Me’ isn’t as personal as he would have us believe. Check out the report via TMZ:

Akon, hip-hop singer and amateur concertgoer tosser, is singing a new tune — “Sorry, Blame It On Me” — where he offers apologies for his recent troublesome events — including lewd dancing at a club in Trinidad with a 14-year-old pastor’s daughter, and causing Verizon to dump their sponsorship of Gwen Stefani’s tour, reportedly because of Akon’s shenanigans. Someone’s had a busy summer!

TMZ inside sources reveal that Akon did not pen the song. Say what?! It seems DJ and producer Clinton Sparks actually wrote the entire ballad — even though his credit is listed as co-writer and producer. Sparks will fly!

This leaves many wondering if Akon’s apology is more of a publicity stunt to capitalize on his bad decisions. An insincere apology? From a man who allegedly practices polygamy? Say it ain’t so!

I can’t say I’m surprised by this…

Your thoughts?

*I’ll be leaving later LA today 🙁 so updates may be a bit slower than usual. Be sure to keep it locked on That Grape Juice though, as there are some great things in the works upon my return to the UK. The interviews with Jagged Edge and Johnta Austin will DEFINITELY be up before the week is out*

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  1. 3 August 28, 2007

    not surprised. jerk.

  2. Mark August 28, 2007

    have to laugh at him, the guy just knows how to make dollars… “I’m Sorry, Blame It On Me (Give Me Your Money)”

    http://blog.urbanreview.co.uk/

  3. Anonymous August 28, 2007

    Is this a joke?

    Not a fraud to me. Seriously doubt Clinton Sparks daddy has more than one wife. Its Akon’s experiences = co-writer from re-telling. All on the up and up.

  4. Anonymous August 30, 2007

    i bet he did pen the song. this is not the first rumour that got started off somebodys imagination. im 1000% percent sure that even if he didnt write it, the concept ideas was his.

  5. Anonymous August 31, 2007

    I love his unique sound,but someone need to help rappers and females have some respect and common sence when they’re in the public eye. What you do in your own home is your business, as long as you’re not s*** litte kids, or killing or beating on pepole. Has some respect for yourself folks

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