Chris Brown & Tinashe Reignite Feud Over Past Collab: 'Name 5 Tinashe Songs'

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Chris Brown is known for his candid approach when dealing with his fellow artists, and this tendency persisted recently following remarks made by his former collaborator, Tinashe.

The duo joined forces for the track "Player" back in 2015 during their time as labelmates at RCA Records.

As Tinashe promotes her latest album "BB/ANG3L," she visited the Zach Sang Show on amp Radio, discussing her project and reflecting on her musical journey.

It was during this conversation that Tinashe seemed to trigger some frustration in Brown. She spoke about her early career struggles and mentioned her regrettable collaboration with R. Kelly, which she now finds embarrassing.

Tinashe explained, "You think I wanted to [do those songs]? I literally block out that R. Kelly song from my mind—I forget that it even exists." She continued, describing the experience as "so embarrassing" and highlighting her youth at the time, saying, "I was so young, too, which is crazy because I feel like I did that song when I just signed to that label. I was probably like 20."

Agreeing with the host's assessment that she lacked control in those situations, the 30-year-old singer delved into her collaboration with Chris Brown. She expressed her discomfort with the label's decision to feature him heavily on their pop song, despite her reservations.

In response to Tinashe's comments, Chris Brown took to Instagram to express his dissatisfaction, writing, "NAME 5 TINASHE songs or die….EVERYBODY DEAD." He continued, criticizing her career and her collaborations, stating, "She full of day evil. Shawty career is nonexistent. What’s more embarrassing is that she worked with all these people and not one of us could save her career."

This exchange between Brown and Tinashe isn't their first, as they clashed on multiple occasions in 2016, just a year after their collaboration was released.

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