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Did Ne-Yo Regret Working With Beyonce? Did He Date TLC’s Chilli? Watch Now

We put him to the test in a little game we call: 'Non-Fiction or Fiction.'

Ne-Yo is giving us nothing but the truth on his new album, Non-Fiction.

The R&B star tells a personal story on his sixth album and even includes the stories of his fans, whom he asked to contribute via Instagram and Twitter.

But what about his past is true or false? When Ne-Yo recently stopped by MTV, we wanted to clear up some rumors in a little game we called "Non-Fiction or Fiction."

Check out the video and take a look at some of the myths he dispels in the list below!

Did Ne-Yo Dine and Dash?

Fiction: Despite rumors that he once skipped out on a bill, Ne-Yo says it's just not true. "The music industry has been very kind to me. I think I can afford a meal," he said.

Did Ne-Yo Date Chilli from TLC?

Fiction: Back in 2013 there were talks that Ne-Yo and Chilli from TLC were getting romantic, but Ne-Yo assured us that they're just friends.

"She's a friend of mine," he said. "We weren't exactly dating. It was two people that are friends who went to the movies once or twice."

Did Ne-Yo Really Regret Giving Beyoncé "Irreplaceable"

Fiction: This rumor, involving the song he wrote for Bey, is hard to believe. "No, no, no I'm glad that it went to her and the song became what it did. I don't regret that at all."

Did Ne-Yo Write A Song For Lindsay Lohan?

Non-Fiction: Yes, it's true!

"This is when Lindsay Lohan was trying to do music. Me and Stargate got the call and I put together a record that I genuinely did not think she was going to be able to pull off," he said. "I had to eat those words because not only did she pull it off. She bodied it. It was really good. They didn't do anything with the record but I heard her version, and she did a good job on it."

Did Ne-Yo Really Give Up "Blurred Lines"?

Non-Fiction/Fiction: This is a little bit of both.

"It wasn't that specific track that I turned down," he explained. "But I remember working with Pharrell and I was trying to find a way to do something that kind of had an EDM feel but was a bit more soulful, so he started playing me tracks that were kind of in the vein of what 'Blurred Lines' became and I initially said it sounded a little too retro. He said, 'I'm telling you, this is the sound that's going to do it.'"

In case you were wondering, Pharrell did tell Ne-Yo "I told you so."