No beef with Tifa – Timberlee denies TNT split

Female singer Timberlee yesterday dismissed claims that there was a rift in TNT, which is a group comprising herself, Tifa and Natalie Storm.

Female singer Timberlee yesterday dismissed claims that there was a rift in TNT, which is a group comprising herself, Tifa and Natalie Storm.

With Timberlee’s absence from Tifa’s latest medley video for Nah Stop Shine/ Move Your Body and its premiere last week, questions were raised about whether or not the group was still together. There were also rumours circulating that the two were no longer as close as they once were. The speculations were further fuelled by the fact that Natalie Storm was present for all the activities.

However, when asked if there was in fact a split, Timberlee said, “no, definitely not.” She said her schedule simply clashed with Tifa’s.

“I was trying to make it. I was late for the club scene, and on the day of the white T-shirt scene I had car troubles. As for the video premiere, I was sick and there was no way I could leave out,” she told THE STAR.

Meanwhile, Timberlee said she has been keeping a low profile, while busy voicing new songs. She said she recently recorded a song for Jam 2 and a collaboration with Ce’Cile. In addition, the music video for one of her most recent singles The General will be released by the end of November.

“I am doing the work. I am not really promoting because I am working on some projects that I am not talking about just yet. I am keeping a low-profile, just writing and voicing.

There’s a lot of stuff, dem just nuh come out yet,” Timberlee said.

Source: JamaicaStar

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