This thirst trap was a hook, line and sinker.
Karrueche Tran took to her Instagram yesterday to flaunt her enviable bod while soaking up the sun and ended up getting a lot more than some double taps and comments. The young model shared a snapshot of herself lying on her stomach while wearing a black thong bikini—yeah, basically a booty pic—and it definitely caught some attention.
In fact, it even resulted in a death threat! Yeah, that's how much power the booty holds. Anyway, we digress...
Tran's pal and Dinner With the Stankerchets co-star Marques Houston apparently commented on the photo, "dizayum look at all that booty, can't even see your face cuz that booty in the way."
Well, that comment sparked some serious drama.
One of Chris Brown's friends caught wind of the comment and took it upon himself to post a photo of two guns in response with the comment, "N---as sho no how to disrespect, I don't care if they not still together." He ended the post, which has since been taken down, with a hashtag of Houston's initials.
Meanwhile, Breezy apparently commented on a screenshot of the comment and made a reference to Houston's famous role in Sister, Sister. "Go Home Rodger!!," he wrote. LOL.
"I'm bored and tired of this situation," Tran tells E! News in a statement. "I don't get it because I'm single. So why is there still drama?"
She continues, "I thought we have all matured and moved on. Especially since Chris has been seen with multiple women since the breakup. My focus is perfecting my craft and enjoying my life. I don't want anything to do with any type of violence or negativity."
Houston didn't directly address the whole situation, but he did tweet:
Funny how people turn nothing into something! #SMDH— Marques Houston (@marqueshouston) August 28, 2015
Brown also seemed to acknowledged the controversy (or at least Tran's booty pic) on his own profile through a cryptic tweet:
Don't know who you are anymore. I wish there was still an "us". I love who I love. Take nothing for granted, 💯— Chris Brown (@chrisbrown) August 27, 2015
—Reporting by Baker Machado