Chris Brown Slams Rihanna In New Song 'Loyal' Ft Lil Wayne and French Montana, Calls Diamond Singer A Pot Smoking Gold Digger
By Staff Writer | December 19, 2013 10:27 AM EST
Chris Brown and Rihanna story got a little murkier with the release of rap genius' new song 'Loyal', ft. Lil Wayne and French Montana. In the new song, the rapper refers to his singer-celebrity ex-girlfriend as gold digger who is often high on weed/marijuana.
The fans and analysts believe alike that the lyrics are unmistakably targeted at the 'Pour It Up' singer. She wanna do drugs, smoke weed, get drunk / She wanna see a nigga trapped / She wanna f*** all the rappers
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In the song, Lil Wayne and Chris rap about how the women around them are not 'Loyal,' underlined by the line, These hoes ain't loyal. This is rapper's second collaboration with Lil Wayne and first with French Montana. The track 'Loyal' will feature in Chris' new album 'X', set to be released in 2014.
This is not the first time Rihanna's ex-beau has dissed her in one of his songs. In October 2013, Chris Brown took an aim at Rihanna with his song. Around the same time, he announced his new album 'X' on Twitter, which he said would be his last.
"Don't worry mainstream America. After this 'X' album, it'll probably be my last album," he tweeted.
He also added, "Being famous is amazing when it's for [your] music and talent. I'm tired of being famous for a mistake I made when i was 18. I'm cool & over it!"
Concurring with Chris on his stand against Rihanna is his speculated new girlfriend Karrueche Tran, who tweeted 'These hoes ain't real,' purportedly referring to the Diamond singer. She also sided with the rapper during the October release of his song that slammed Rihanna.
Earlier today, Chris Brown's probation was revoked by the court, in the Rihanna assault case, owing to his arrest in the October assault case that took place in Washington D.C.
However, the rapper who courted more legal troubles in 2013 is still required to finish his term in rehabilitation centre. Last week, he was shifted from another rehab facility to a new one because of his violent behavior. The next hearing is scheduled for February 10, 2014, upon completion of Brown's rehabilitation period.
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