As we warned you last week, Chris Brown is not really an artist that you want to beef with on social media, and Kevin McCall unfortunately found that out the hard way today. Brown was apparently tipped off to a tweet that McCall sent him last night, which said that the two need to sit down and handle business. It's unclear what business McCall was talking about, but the tweet eventually made its way onto an Instagram page dedicated to Brown, and he decided to go absolutely off in the comment section at McCall.
"NIGG*S BE IN THEY FEELINGS SNEAK DISSING BECUASE THEY FUCKED UP THEY LIFE BEING TOO FUCKING ARROGANT AND THEN NOBODY WANTED TO WORK WITH YOU KEVIN," Brown wrote. "THE LABEL DROPPED YOU BECAUSE YOU THOUGHT YOU WERE A BETTER PRODUCER AND WRITER THAN THE NIGGA YOU ARE TODAY."
McCall later reacted to Brown's comments, but rather than clap back, he just played it off as the media trying to hype up a beef. Well, whatever the case, Breezy was quite unhappy with the situation and apparently didn't appreciate McCall tweeting him in the first place. "YOU BETTER CHECK THEM LOOSE LIPS FOR I SHOW U THE REAL DEVIL MY N***A. YOU AINT SHIT, AINT GONE EVER BE SHIT, BROKE ASS BOTTOM FEEDER WHEN I BUSTED MY ASS SO U COULD HAVE THE LIFE U WANTED AND CAREER," Brown continued.
Again, we don't really know what specifically tipped Brown off the edge, but as we know from the past, he can be a bit of a loose cannon on Instagram. You can check out all of their posts below.
A photo posted by @chrisbrownofficial on Mar 9, 2016 at 1:02pm PST
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McCall eventually responded on Instagram and Twitterwith a series of posts about Brown's comment "Do you know who Kevin McCall is?" He posted several old pictures and clips of him hanging out with Brown's daughter Royalty and of Brown praising McCall. He also asked Brown to be let out of his contract.
McCall appears to be referencing this YouTube video from 2011 titled "Breezy...Who is Kevin McCall??!" The clip features interviews with McCall and Brown regarding McCall's background and production work. You can watch it below.