The 27-year-old singer posted the outburst on the microblogging site at 5.16am last Friday after Ronson's BBC Two interview with Jools Holland was broadcast, in which he claimed to have "dreamed up" all the rhythm and backing arrangements for her 2006 album.
Asked by Holland to explain the role of a producer, Ronson had replied: "Working with someone like Amy Winehouse, she would come to me with just a song on an acoustic guitar and then you'd kind of dream up the rhythm arrangements and the track around it, all sorts of things.
"These songs [on Back to Black] are more accessible than the tracks on Frank, as jazz is quite elitist. I've been listening to '60s bands and girl groups and it came out in the writing on Back to Black." She cited the Velvelettes (mistaken for the Velvet Underground by the British tabloid) and the Shangri-Las as two of the groups who influenced her writing, adding, "There's a lot of bands which are '60s-influenced at the moment, but I guess I'm the only girl doing it."2.
Mark Ronson wrote the music for Back to Black's title track the night after he met Winehouse.
Ronson and Winehouse shared a publishing company, which encouraged a meeting between the two.