Reggae superstar Sean Paul won’t be feuding with Jay-Z, at least for now.
Paul is denying reports that he has plans to release a book detailing an alleged relationship with Hov’s wife, R&B singer Beyoncé. The book — a chronicle of his life growing up in middle-class Jamaica — is rumored to expose the tryst that occurred while the ‘I Am… Sasha Fierce’ creator was taking a break from her relationship with Jay.
News about the book surfaced on the Internet earlier this week and the Grammy Award-winning reggae singer took to Twitter to refute the claims.
“RRR!!! THIS IS THE TWEETINATOR!!! RRR!!! SP SAY HE DON’T WRITE BOOKS. HE
WRITE SONGS!!! RRR!!! [sic]” he wrote.
A rep for Sean Paul also told Radar Online the rumors were not true. “The reports are completely false,” the rep said. “Sean is not working on a book and has never had anything more than a working relationship with Beyoncé.”
The business relationship the rep speaks of occurred in 2003, when the two collaborated on the Destiny’s Child frontwoman’s hit song ‘Baby Boy.’
Sean Paul’s last album, ‘Imperial Blaze,’ was released in 2009. He is set to headline the UCLA JazzReggae Destival, alongside Lupe Fiasco, on May 30.