Judith Hill has dismissed a Page Six report which claimed that she recorded a song called A Love Letter to Kim Jong Un in the wake of the massive Sony hacking scandal last year.
As ENTmania! reported, the singer, who is signed to Sony Music, was said to have originally written the song as A Love Letter to James Franco with the hope that it would be used as part of the soundtrack for The Interview. But when that failed, Page Six claimed she then changed the song title and modified the lyrics to diss James Franco – which was supposedly her way of mediating peace between the U.S and North Korea who were at that time exchanging words over the hack.
Now Hill’s rep tells ENTmania! that Page Six’s story is utter nonsense as her song – which is simply titled Franco btw – was never submitted to The Interview producers for consideration.
‘”Franco” was written and recorded by Judith Hill and Isa Machine in March 2014,’ the rep tells us. ‘The song is/was meant to be released on Judith’s debut record, which will come out this year (2015).’
‘In October, Sony Music asked for a parody version of the song to include in or with the film,’ continues the rep. ‘This association never happened and the parody version of the song was shelved. The song title was never changed from “Franco” to “A Love Letter to Kim Jong Un” as Page Six said.’