After Chris Brown‘s performance in the European country of Cyprus, the singer spoke with Tim Westwood in an interview published yesterday (July 31) to which he addresses his long-time beef with Drake.

“I don’t partake in beefs and stuff no more,” Chris Brown says. “Because with me, I am more mature now. At the end of the day, whoever is making they money is making they money. As long as they ain’t getting in my way I’m good.”

There has been a long history of tension between the two musicians, presumably over Brown’s ex-girlfriend Rihanna, which led to a bottle-throwing brawl at a New York club in 2012.

Chris Brown also discusses his relationship with Rihanna when asked about his decision to perform her current single “Bitch Better Have My Money” during his show.

Brown says says it’s all love between the former couple.

“She’s my homie though,” says the “Loyal” singer. “We knew each other since we were 14, 15 so with that kind of history, we are always going to be cool. I don’t get jealous. I don’t get mad. I got nothing but love and respect for her.”

“I respect her as an artist,” Chris continues. “Obviously people are going to make a spectacle, like ‘Oh, he’s playing her music!’ But who doesn’t? I’m pretty sure she plays my music.”

The full Tim Westwood interview with Chris Brown is as follows:

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