Chris Brown, Karrueche, and Victor Cruz

Chris Brown Disses Karrueche's Boyfriend Victor Cruz

  /  06.13.2019

Chris Brown wants that old thing back.

The “No Guidance” singer is stirring up more controversy after leaving comments on the Instagram page for Victor Cruz, who is now dating his ex Karrueche Tran. In response to a photo of the former NFL player and “Claws” star boo’d up, Brown left a comment insulting Cruz’s style.

“No shade boo, BUT PLEAS STLYE HIM. He look like he shopping off the manikin and trying to bargain wit the sales manager. Retired wrestler spanks. IM FUCKING AROUND … good bless,” he wrote, adding, “No shade … Just minor.”

It didn’t stop there. Breezy continued to clown Cruz for the way he dresses. “Nothing bad or major. UPGRADE HIM SIS,” he said. “I’ll take him around to style him. NOT HATE. He just need some game spirit.”

Before deleting the comments, he took one more shot. “Peace love and joy. JUST PLEASE UPGRADE YA MAN BOO.”

Brown also posted on Instagram Stories, where he seemingly revealed that he still has feelings for Karrueche. “Is it a sucka move to think about your ex?” he asked before deleting the post.

Chris and Karrueche broke up in March 2015 following reports that Chris fathered a daughter with another woman. “Listen. One can only take so much. The best of luck to Chris and his family. No baby drama for me,” tweeted Karrueche, who started dating Cruz in late 2017.

Chris is gearing up to release his new album Indigo on June 28 and also hit the road this summer on his “INDIGOAT Tour” with Tory Lanez, Ty Dolla $ign, Joyner Lucas, and Yella Beezy.


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