Chris Brown may be slamming his ex-girlfriend Karrueche Tran in some songs of his latest album, “Royalty,” which is scheduled to release Nov. 27. The “Loyal” singer took to his Instagram account Wednesday to tease some of the songs from the album, leading fans to speculate that the lyrics were aimed at Tran.
Brown posted six clips in which he is seen mouthing the lyrics while the music plays in background. In one of the clips, Brown was seen saying: “You did it all to make me jealous / Make me jealous,” sparking rumors that the singer was throwing shade at his ex-girlfriend.
Tran broke up with Brown in March after she discovered that he had fathered a child with model, Nia Guzman.
The Instagram posts came just days after Tran dissed Brown over his comment about finding a “soulmate” to settle down, according to reports.
Brown took to his Twitter account last Friday to talk about the negatives of being single, following which Tran posted a response writing, “Laughing at the hypocrisy.” According to Urban Islandz, Tran’s post was later deleted.
Meanwhile, reports also surfaced that Brown and Rick Ross’ new music video, “Sorry,” is believed to be inspired by the former’s tumultuous relationship with Tran. However, the model has not yet responded to the track.
Tran has recently been surrounded by rumors that she is dating reality TV star Rob Kardashian.
Last month, Brown and Tran got into a feud after the latter said in an interview with BBC's Newsbeat that her relationship with the singer “affected her work.” Brown reportedly slammed Tran saying that his ex-girlfriend should "thank him" for her career.