Over the course of his short career self-proclaimed ‘King of R&B’ Jacquees (born Rodriquez Broadnax) has been ridiculed royally for his wealth of unrequested remixes of yesterday and today’s top R&B hits. So much so, late 2018 saw the singer hit with a petition (which garnered a whopping 53,000 signatures to date) to ban all of his music covers.
Yet, despite the thumbs down for his eee-filled renditions of Michael Jackson‘s ‘Dirty Diana,’ Stevie Wonder‘s ‘Knocks Me Off My Feet,’ and more, his greatest criticism came from Ella Mai fans when he gained traction for the remix of the songstress’ tune ‘Trip.’ In fact, the song’s revamp became so popular that many thought his was the original – a mistake that nearly led Broadnax to the court house.
Music lovers may have thought the dust had settled, but a recent trip to ‘Big Boy TV’ revealedthe 24-year-old is still a bit sour over the situation. Referring to DJ Mustard, Ella Mai’s producer and mentor, as a “hater” for pulling his popular version of ‘Trip,’ Quees’ comments got so much attention the producer clapped back. See what was said inside:
It’s been months since DJ Mustard took to Twitter to clear the air about the Jacquees/Ella Mai debacle:
When quizzed on the situation recently, Jacquees stated:
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