Is Rihanna on the receiving-end of some hip-hop beef from her ex-boyfriend?
Chris Brown's unreleased verse on the DJ Khaled track "I'm Still" surfaced on the Internet a couple of days ago, and the Barbados beauty, with whom he had a very public (and volatile) relationship, just may have been his muse for a few of his rhymes.
And if it is about RiRi, it's not exactly something she'd be happy to hear.
The original single includes Ace Hood, Wiz Khalifa and Wale, but Breezy had no problem holding his own over a gritty 16 bars—which once again proves that although he's a singer, he can rap, too—and ultimately said this:
(Warning: The above audio contains graphic language that may be offensive to some listeners.)
"Every ni--a in the industry done fu--ed my b---h/ And all my ni--as said I told ya/ Now all these rap ni--as wanna be political/ Nah, f--k that I'm a real lyrical/ Killer!"
Along with wondering if he's dissing his ex-flame, the lyrics may have you thinking of another person in the game—Drake.
The formerly feuding hip-hop stars had issues with each other ever since Drizzy hooked up with Rihanna after her first breakup with Brown in 2009. A 2012 NYC nightclub brawl involving the two rappers' entourages was reportedly over the Unapologetic singer.
However, things between the two artists have cooled down since then. Brown and Drake were even photographed "hanging in the studio" together recently, causing speculation as to whether or not the Nothing Was the Same artist will appear on C.B.'s upcoming album X.
Since that beef was squashed, has Breezy decided to throw shade at his ex instead?
Listen to the verse and tell us what you think!