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Web Exclusive: Dru Hill's SisQó apologizes to Usher, R. Kelly

By Robert "Rob" Redding Jr.


May 30, 2008, 11 a.m. -  SisQó, the flashy frontman for the R&B-soul group Dru Hill, today attempted to clear the air about his Usher and R. Kelly diss song.

The K-Ci Hailey-esque lead vocalist attempted to end the rift he started with his rivals Usher and Kelly, after releasing his "One Finger" diss recording. The song - which never made it much beyond Web chat rooms and gossip "news" sites - claims that he is the true musical "veteran."  

"I have nothing against Usher," he told listeners during a wide-ranging interview on Atlanta's WVEE-FM. "I respect him as an artist."

He also said he respects Kelly, who he had told "leave it alone" in the song. Kelly is currently on trial for child pornography.

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"And please stop leaving Usher hate messages on my My Space," he told fans.

SisQó, who presented new group member Tayo, has said both he and the group have new singles out and are moving forward.

"I am sorry if I seem arrogant," he said of Usher and Kelly, noting that they have lots of gimmicks to sell their music.

"I am just confident," he said.

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