During an appearance on Power 106’s Big Boy's Neighborhood, crooner Chris Brown didn’t hesitate in answering questions about Drake, Frank Ocean, and even Rihanna. A rather composed Chris Brown, who made headlines over the past year due to separate altercations with fellow singers Drake and Frank Ocean, seemed more concerned with moving past both incidents.
The Virginia songster referred to January’s parking lot brawl with Frank Ocean as being “sensationalized” and went on to express his respect for Ocean’s music.
“It’s always sensationalized and blown out of proportion,” said Brown in a video posted on InFlexWeTrust.com. “You know, I got respect for his music. I got respect for everybody else. So I ain’t really tryna go back down that road. Everything for me is moving forward. I do my music now so I’m good.”
Brown later revealed that he has several songs he’s written for Rihanna including a collaboration titled “Put It Up.”
“Well, right now I have a couple of songs that I’ve wrote for her album and mine that she’s featured on. The song’s called ‘Put It Up’ too,” the singer added.
Lastly, Brown addressed his differences with Drake and also took a “the past is the past” stance with his relationship with the Young Money artist.
“It’s not entertainment for me. It’s just more of me being real, saying what I got to say,” Brown explained. “I ain’t out here trying to go at him. I ain’t got people after him…I have my differences and he has his. His music still hot.”