Many media outlets have been criticizing Chris and Justin for all the drama in their personal lives, but now the two singers are fighting back hard by banding together to make new music, a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. Let us fill you in.
Chris Brown and Justin Bieber both feel that the media is treating them unfairly by giving them so much negative press. But instead of reacting to publications directly, Breezy and the Biebs are joining forces in the studio and combating the negativity by staying true to who they are and producing great music, HollywoodLife.com is EXCLUSIVELY reporting.
Justin Bieber & Chris Brown’s Negative Press: Singers Using Music To Fight Back
Chris, 25, is fresh out of jail and Justin, 20, is slowly showing his face in public again after two video tapes leaked of him using the N-word. Both artists are desperately trying to forget about their personal drama and they’re hoping that making new music together will help.
“JB and Chris both feel like they’re underdogs these days, and they’re coming back and are about to hit the industry with a solid one-two punch with a few tracks,” a source connected to both stars reveals EXCLUSIVELY to HollywoodLife.com. “They’re busy working their a**es off because the only way both of them know how to fight and earn the respect they need and deserve is through their music.”
So exciting — we can’t wait to hear their new tracks!
Chris Brown & Justin Bieber Excited To Work Together
We’re told the two stars had an awesome time reconnecting in the studio.
“They came into the studio and immediately, they were happy to see one another,” a source told HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. “They started play boxing and JB was like, ‘Yo what up, Chris, my brother?’ And Chris was like, ‘Haha, Biebs, look at you. What it do?'”
“They were happy as can be, like two brothers from another mother,” the source added.
So HollywoodLifers, do YOU think Chris and Justin are a good influence on one another? Do you think it’s a good idea for them to collaborate? Let us know!
— Eric Ray