Chris Brown Accused Of Slut-Shaming Rihanna On Unreleased “I’m Still” Verse

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“Every nigga in the industry done fucked my bitch / And all my niggas said I told ya.”Chris Brown

Given enough time, people reveal their true selves. It’s a fact we’ve seen dozens of times in music, and try as he might to convince his younger followers he is the exception to the rule it seems Chris Brown is just as human as the rest of us.

Recently, Chris Brown contributed a verse and hook to a new DJ Khaled track entitled “I’m Still.” You may have seen the song featured on UTG earlier this week, but what you didn’t hear at the time was the aforementioned verse because Khaled chose to not release it as part of the finished track. This annoyed Chris Brown, and just hours after the song began to make rounds on blogs Chris took to Twitter to release his verse for fans to enjoy. He wrote “I did a verse to dat bitch.. Lol… Please hold…” before the song went live. You can stream the verse below:

There are a number of references to the ‘bitch’ Brown mentioned in his tweets, but before we go any further, it’s worth mentioning he never directly mentions Rihanna by name. Still, given the history the two share it’s not exactly a difficult puzzle to piece together.

Groups who have hated on Brown before because of his alleged actions towards women are as up in arms as ever over the verse. Brown deleted the original tweets releasing the track, but like everything else posted online it remains alive and well in various realms of the digital universe. It’s not all that surprising that Brown would say such things about Riri given everything we’ve seen in recent years, but it’s admittedly curious that he chose to release it after his peers clearly thought it best to remain under wraps.

HollywoodLife is reporting that a source near Rihanna claims, in regards to the newly surfaced verse, that Riri thinks Brown needs to “grow up.” Their source says:

“It’s sad but she can’t let him break her. She’s got her heart intact and wants him to do and be well. Hopefully one day he will really grow up and be a man. But she thinks that’s a long, long ways away.”

What do you think of Brown’s verse? Comment below and let us know your thoughts.

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  • @equityxx

    In our opinion: We all wish Chris better than what he is currently generating. He’s really exhausting his few marketable options. He’s hitting below the belt. Question: Was he high when he did this and did he have clarity? He has committed many reckless acts based on dutch courage from his choice of drugs and friends. One of his first human errors was surrounding himself with leeches including midget and reconfiguring them all as his family. He then mistakenly takes care of them as if they are family (when only 2/3 legit fam live with him). They do regulate his thinking. & they & a few other vindictives in his circle hate RI
    with vengeance because she never allowed them to influence him when she was in his life. (EG, as a former Alister he’d never have been endorsed to host a nite
    club with the hired help. “BlakMagic” sounds karma-ish&nfortunate). This is
    the worst we’ve seen our golden boy. When will the buckery end? Perhaps when he recognises he is his worst enemy, through his lack of judgment and preferred
    choices. When he can learn to be by himself, not rely on drugs & leeches so much & gets intervention, he just may find his inner strength again. And yep, maybe we’ll buy X although his own directives for promoting X have been unstrategic (eg this hook, left hook?). He can’t help himself, he still desperately wants the Bajan. Do 3 things Chris: [a] care about her, do something about it; [b] don’t care about her, do something about it (none of this backhanded stuff – yep all the puns are delib); and more importantly, [c] do something about your present tragic demise. Are you so hell-bent on your own tragedy? As fans we share concern for a fave we used to enjoy more than this unbalanced character…