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R&B Stars Chris Brown & Jeremih Respond to PARTYNEXTDOOR’s Ex-Girlfriend Drama


Chris Brown and Jeremih have clapped back at PARTYNEXTDOOR following the OVO singer’s public criticism over his ex-girlfriend appearing in a music video featuring the duo and Bryson Tiller. The social media feud ignited after PND called out Desma Tripp and his fellow R&B artists for their collaboration on the song “Wait On It.”

In now-deleted posts, PARTYNEXTDOOR took shots at Chris, Bryson, and Jeremih, suggesting that they would regret their actions and mocking their involvement in the music video. Chris Brown swiftly responded on X (formerly Twitter), demanding an apology or standing by his words when they meet in person. Jeremih also chimed in on Instagram, hinting at his nonchalant attitude towards the situation.

While Bryson Tiller has remained silent on the matter, PARTYNEXTDOOR later backtracked on his comments, expressing his love and respect for the artists involved, acknowledging that misunderstandings can arise in the heat of the moment.

This clash adds to the list of controversies involving Chris Brown this year, including a feud with Quavo that escalated to diss tracks. Their lyrical sparring touched on personal matters, with Brown referencing his past relationship with Saweetie and making controversial remarks about Quavo and TakeOff. Quavo retaliated in his own track, bringing up Brown’s history of violence against women and stirring up old animosities.

The ongoing drama in the R&B world highlights the complexities of industry relationships and the swift escalation of conflicts in the age of social media. As tensions rise and tempers flare, fans are left wondering about the lasting impact of these public spats on the music community.

Written by
Derek Chan


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