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Chris Brown and Kevin McCall are officially in a Twitter war.

No love was lost between the two r&b crooners who started feuding late Tuesday night. For the pair, the latest string of attacks is just another wrench in their already tainted and toxic relationship.

It’s unclear how exactly the fight started, but the height of the beef ignited after McCall tweeted to Chris that he wants to sit down and “handle this business” and that his “kindness” is being “taken for weakness.”

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McCall, who was once signed to Chris Brown Entertainment, further insisted via Twitter that Breezy would never comment back and that he would rather not have the support of Brown’s fans.

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But we are pretty sure Kevin, who is clearly upset about a business deal gone wrong, wasn’t expecting a lengthy and threatening comment back from Brown.

In the comment section, Chris addressed McCall’s prior status with CBE and claimed that McCall was dropped because “you thought you were a better producer and writer than the n*gga you are today.”

Breezy, who repped on “500 bloc PIRU” in his rant, also suggested that “this street sh*t is what I’m great at a lot better than this music. You better check them loose lips for I show you the real devil my n*gga.” .

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The two clearly have not settled whatever issues they’ve had in the past, but in an interview with Vlad TV last year, McCall explained that his relationship with Brown initially took a turn for the worst when he decided to work with singer and actress, Keke Palmer.

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  1. Gwendoline Taylor

    March 9, 2016 at 9:11 PM

    Kevin obviously is not happy, this is sad, is there a more civilized these two grown
    men can trash out their grievances .

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