Wed 9 Mar 2016
They brought us the hit-song “Deuces” in 2011, now Chris Brown and Kevin McCall are venting about their recent fall-out. The recent beef between the R&B superstar and his former protégé began on Tuesday night (Mar. 9), when McCall made a few comments on Twitter, including one directed at Breezy stating the two need to “handle this business.”
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McCall, who was previously signed to Brown’s CBE (Chris Brown Entertainment) label has previously touched on parting ways with the singer/dancer after issues arose following their 2012 collaboration “Strip.”
On Wednesday (Mar. 9), Chris Brown caught wind of Kevin McCall’s tweets, taking to Instagram to vent. In the scathing rant, Brown threatens the singer/songwriter, even mentioning the “500 bloc PIRU” gang at one point.
“THE LABEL DROPPED YOU BECAUSE YOU THOUGHT YOU WERE A BETTER PRODUCER AND WRITER THAN THE NI**A YOU ARE TODAY,” said Brown in the Instagram post, which was quickly deleted but captured by many.
— Henny Dee Williams (@Scott_CEOofSUH) March 9, 2016
McCall followed shortly after with…
A video posted by Kevin McCall x Kingdom Music (@kevinmccallofficial) on