Mon 24 Feb 2014
Having recently left rehab after completing his court-ordered 90-day anger management treatment, Chris Brown’s focus is firmly back to music; just over the weekend he announced the release date (May 5) for his forthcoming X album and dropped a new track off his joint LP with Tyga, Fan of a Fan 2. But it appears Breezy is still caught up in some drama. Yesterday he accused his former manager Tina Davis of leaking music off his new album and refusing to return his back up hard drive.
Chris has since deleted the tweet, but later wrote, “Snakes in the grass….. Just stay positive.” Davis responded to his claims on Twitter by writing, “Trace it! Find out where it originated from… RCA can do that for you. Then send a defaming tweet out on who really did it.” She, too, deleted her tweet.
Tina Davis managed Chris Brown since the start of his career before parting ways earlier this year. Breezy is now represented by Def Jam VP of A&R, Bu Thiam.