Chris Brown Seemingly Disses Quavo In New Single 'Freak'

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Chris Brown seemingly reignited his beef with Quavo in his new album.

The "Loyal" rapper released the deluxe edition of his 11:11 album, which includes the single "Freak" featuring Lil Wayne, Joyner Lucas, and Tee Grizzley. Eagle-eyed fans and onlookers quickly picked up on a few lyrics taking shots at the former Migos member and the rest of his crew.

“F**king my old b**ches ain’t gone make us equal," Brown raps. "Sipping that 1942 cause I don’t do no Cuervo. Freak b**ch she like Casamigos not the Migos.”

You can watch the clip below, but be aware of graphic language.

Quavo has yet to respond to Brown's recent bars.

This comes months after Chris addressed a clip surfaced of him sitting next to Quavo during the Rhude Fashion Show in Paris. Fans speculated that the two were cool again, but Brown clarified they're not on friendly terms.

“Can’t pick who u sit by," he said, per XXL Magazine. “F**k all that growth sht. N***a not finna fumble my bag for little n****s.”

The beef kicked off in 2017 when Quavo dated Brown's ex-girlfriend Karrueche Tran. This culminated in a heated argument between the two rappers later that year following the BET Awards. The two traded shots once again in 2019 after Quavo won a basketball tournament with Jack Harlow.

Hip-hop fans have been clutching their popcorn this month after several rappers dropped diss tracks and took shots at each other. Kendrick Lamar's diss track on J. Cole and Drake left the internet shaken and chatting for weeks.

We'll have to wait and see how the CB-Quavo beef shakes out.

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