Chris Brown has taken aim at his managers, branding them "incompetent" over a mix-up with his new music. The singer informed his Twitter followers on Monday night that the release date of his upcoming single had been moved, and he launched into a rant against his management company.
In a series of posts, he writes, "My management is so incompetent at times that they don't communicate. So... Blame these wack n----- for the release being moved. I'll keep yall posted. They got me looking crazy. Video/single will be released soon. Not gonna tell y'all an exact date becuz (because) I keep getting false info." All but one of the posts have since been removed.
Brown did not specify which release was affected by the mix-up, but he recently filmed a music video in tribute to Aaliyah. His song reportedly features a sample of "Don't Think They Know," a previously released track recorded by the late R&B singer, who died in 2001.
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