Yesterday (Sept. 26) fans noticed that Jacquee’s remix of Ella Mai’s “Trip” was being removed across the net. Fans pointed to the “Boo’d Up” creator for the remix’s disappearing act, however, Mustard says that is not true.

“Our artists don’t send cease and desists, we do,” Mustard opened. “When you monetize content you don’t own you are stealing and no one steals from 10 Summers.”

Mustard goes on to relay that Ella Mai had no dealings or input into the decision to send the cease and desist, along with making sure everyone knows the reports that she did are false. Meanwhile, Ella Mai is preparing to release her self-titled album on October 12. Check out the full message from Mustard below.

 

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ELLA MAI. OCTOBER 12TH 2018. PREORDER MY SELF TITLED DEBUT ALBUM NOW. LINK IN MY BIO.

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