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18 March 2013, 10:23
The Black Eyed Peas man denies recent claims that the N-Dubz star was taking legal action over the song.
Will.i.am has quashed reports that he is being sued by Tulisa over the song 'Scream & Shout'.
The N-Dubz star was rumoured to be taking legal action over the song after it was revealed she had written a version of the track.
"There is no suing. That's just silly," he told the Daily Star when questioned about the news. "That needs to be cleared up because that's just silly."
The Black Eyed Peas man admitted that there was zero truth to any part of the story.
"It's not real, the suing, it's all just silly," he added.
The track went on to become number one on the Vodafone Big Top 40 and a new remix of the track also surfaced online last month.
The new version also features rappers Diddy, Lil Wayne Hit-Boy and Waka Flocka Flame.
Meanwhile, Will.i.am stopped by Capital last week to give the official premiere of his brand new single '#ThatPower' – which features teen star Justin Bieber.