It’s deuces for Chris Brown and Kevin McCall. The friends turned foes on social media when McCall asked his label boss and frequent collaborator for a sit-down meeting to “handle this business.”
“I tried the adult business route,” tweeted McCall. “I feel my kindness is being taken for weakness.”
Brown responded with a lengthy Instagram caption, which has since been deleted. “Keep talking Kevin,” Brown said. “This street shit is what I’m great at a lot better than this music. You better check them loose lips for I show u the real devil, my ni**a.”
He went on to call McCall a “bottom feeder,” and additionally offered this warning: “Keep fucking wit me and you won’t be able to walk let alone sing again.”
McCall is not only signed to Brown’s CBE imprint, the two have also collaborated on numerous hits including “Deuces,” “Strip,” and “No Bullshit.”
Although the post has since been deleted, Breezy also shared the following meme on Instagram.
McCall responded via Snapchat. “I’m Chris Brown’s number one fan, actually,” he said. “I’m a huge fan and I heard he actually made a post about me.”
He also asked to be let out of his CBE deal. “Since you don’t fool with me, let me out my contract,” tweeted McCall. “Why are you trying to hold me hostage if I’m [shit]?”