Chris Brown Disses Drake in New Song, Shows Off New Tattoo
Chris Brown Heats Up Drake Beef, Gets Neck Tattoo
If you thought the drama between an R&B singer and his Rihanna loving rap rival was over, then you unfortunately thought wrong. Chris Brown is continuing to feed into the ongoing drama between him and rapper Drake who he famously battled with bottles at New York City nightclub.
As previously reported things took a violent turn between the pair’s entourages at New York’ W.I.P. nightclub after a bottle sent to Drake’s table went hurling back Brown’s way with a few chairs, ice buckets and other inanimate objects added. The fight which was over Rihanna who’s date both the singer and the rapper, left several innocent bystanders bloody and bandaged including basketballer Tony Parker who’s since filed a $20 million lawsuit against the nightclub.
Now Brown, who’s obviously trying to purport a thug image, released a freestyle Saturday dissing Drake who he calls a “p—- n—-” and tells him to “take care”, a reference to the rapper’s sophomore album. There’s also a shoutout to Drake’s Young Money cohorts; “My n—a Tunechi, yeah that n—a nice. Shoutout to Nicki, man that a– tight”, before he adds in a line about the rapper’s October’s Very Own label. “OVO you overdose. YOLO? No, I live TWICE!”
Brown’s freestyle is over 16-year-old rapper Chief Keef’s hit “Don’t Like” which has also been remixed by The Game, Kanye West, Big Sean, Pusha T and Jadakiss.
Listen to Breezy “throw models” at Drake below.
In between doing his best to stir up drama before tonight’s BET performance, Chris Brown was also partaking in obviously one of his favorite hobbies; getting a new tattoo. The singer who has full sleeve tattoos on both of his arms and several on his back and chest, visited a L.A. tattoo parlor to add some art to his neck Saturday. The singer received the new ink from famed tattoo artist Peter Koskela a.k.a. Peter Tattooist who described the new ink as”an indian chief transforming into a wolf.”
Check out more pictures of Breezy’s new ink in the gallery below.