“The relationship has run its course,” Gotti explained earlier this week while visiting the MTV offices. “The chemistry of what’s needed — we’re in two totally different places. You’re talking to somebody that took her and shaped and molded her and put her out there for the world, and it blew up. We [hold the record] for the [fastest] selling debut by a female R&B artist — 503 [thousand]. We did it! My views and philosophies and her views and philosophies are not meeting up.”
Ashanti last album didn’t do so well and hasn’t gotten much support from her label on current projects she has done lately. I think she may be getting the opportunity to do bigger and better things. Unfortunately Gotti could have done it in a more respect way, not through the media.
Reps from Ashanti’s camp haven’t yet responded to Gotti’s comments. Check out the interview below.