Chris sure knows how to rub salt in a wound. Sources close to the singer say he flat out doesn’t care if anyone is offended by his controversial new verse in ‘I’m Still’ — and that includes his ex Rihanna!
Chris Brown is — to borrow a word from Rihanna — “unapologetic” about his unreleased verse on DJ Khaled‘s new track “I’m Still,” in which the X artist seems to accuse RiRi of sleeping with multiple men in the rap business. Read on for all the EXCLUSIVE details.
Chris Brown On DJ Khaled’s ‘I’m Still’ — ‘Unapologetic’ About Dissing Rihanna
Chris, 24, may have shocked listeners with his crude lyrics, but he feels absolutely no remorse, a source close to Breezy tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
“He ain’t about to sit up here and defend what he said,” the source says. “If someone in particular is taking offense to what he said in that verse, oh well.”
By “someone in particular,” does Chris mean Rihanna, 25?
“He didn’t say Rihanna’s name, but if the shoe fits a b**ch then I guess she gotta wear it,” the source says.
We’re told Chris is simply speaking his mind on the track, and he feels he shouldn’t be censored.
“He’s talking about his life, his truth and his perspective on certain situations and can’t nobody take that away from him,” the source says, adding that a woman in Chris’ life (who shall remain nameless) actually did hurt him by sleeping with others in his profession.
Chris Brown Goes Ham On Rihanna In New Song
As HollywoodLife.com previously reported, Chris had some harsh words for his one-time leading lady in “I’m Still.”
In his new verse, he raps: “Every ni**a in the industry done fu**ed my bi**h/ And all my ni**as said I told ya/Now all these rap ni**as wanna be political/Nah, f**k that I’m a real lyrical/killer!”
We wonder if Rihanna will retaliate on Twitter or Instagram, as she often does with Chris. He better look out!
Now it’s your turn to sound off, HollywoodLifers. Do you think Chris should care about hurting Rihanna’s feelings? Would YOU be upset if an ex publicly dissed you like that? Let us know.
— Eric Ray