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Excuse super producer and ATL resident Jermaine Dupri if he’s still a little tiffed at being passed over for Usher’s last project, ‘Raymond v. Raymond.’

The So So Def founder says that actually he’s gotten over the fact that Usher chose not to work with him despite the fact that the two struck music gold( or technically multiplatinum) in 2004 with ‘Confessions,’ which sold more than 10 million copies.

‘People always think that since I said something about his record, I was bitter. I was never bitter, I just didn’t understand how you sell 10 million records with me and then you go to a different producer for the next album,’ Dupri says in a recent interview.

‘I don’t understand that, I still don’t understand that.’