Over the weekend, Chris Brown fans rejoiced when the singer/dancer/actor announced that he had finally come back to Instagram.
Got MY Instagram BACK!!!!!! New name: chrisbrownofficial
— Chris Brown (@chrisbrown) February 22, 2014
Fans also rejoiced when an official release date for his album “X” was set for May 5th. But the joy didn’t end there. The second installment to his mixtape series with Tyga release their first song, “B*tches”. The mixtape is set for release this summer.
Then, when fans though things couldn’t get any better, a song was leaked off of Chris’ X album. The song, Counterfeit, was a collaboration between Chris, Rihanna, and Wiz Khalifa which was recorded before the two decided not to be friends once more.
Chris accused his former manager, Tina Davis, for the leak publicly over Twitter. (The tweet has since then been deleted.)
And Tina wasn’t going to sit back and take this backlash. She responded to Chris via Twitter as well. (Her tweet has been removed as well)
@chrisbrown Trace it! Find out where it originated from…RCA can do that for you. Then send a defaming tweet out on who really did it.
There has been speculation that the song that was leaked is not the official cut of the record. Some are saying that Rihanna’s vocals are being stripped from the track and replaced by Kelly Rowland.
Rihanna does not sing a lot on the track but it will be interesting to see how Kelly sounds on the track and we’re wondering will she have a bigger part on the song.
Let’s see how the cards fall.