New Delhi, Oct 29 : Melanie Brown, who's currently working on a solo album, has dropped her plans of releasing songs that talk about her bitter split from ex-lover Eddie Murphy.
Scary Spice said that she has decided to drop tracks 'Second Hand Lover' and 'Reflections In A Broken Mirror' from her album, insisting that she's moved on, reports China Daily.
Mel told New! magazine: "I was keen to keep those songs in and then I thought, 'Why am I giving this jerk any reference? I have moved on!' "
Earlier this year, Mel said that she wanted to get her revenge on Eddie by writing hate-filled songs about him.
The 33-year-old singer was keen to vent her frustration at the 'Beverly Hills Cop' star as she claims he rarely sees the pair's 18-month-old daughter Angel Iris.
Mel said: "The working title on my new song is 'Beverly Hills C**k' because that is what he is. He never bothers with his daughter. I mean, what kind of man is that?"
But, Mel later admitted she may have to tone down the lyrics after Eddie's lawyers said they wanted to listen to the LP before it was released.
Mel was dumped by Eddie on a Dutch TV show while she was pregnant with Angel, and then questioned the paternity of his baby.