Chris Brown
Chris Brown apologized to model Tyson Beckford via Twitter. Here, Brown poses at the 2015 iHeartRadio Music Awards in Los Angeles in March. Reuters

It appears the Chris Brown-Tyson Beckford feud is over. Brown apologized on Twitter Tuesday for starting a feud with the model over his on-again, off-again girlfriend Karrueche Tran in Las Vegas over Memorial Day weekend. The 27-year-old “Loyal” singer had reportedly taunted Beckford, 44, with a series of deleted tweets after he saw Tran, 27, and Beckford posing in a photo together.

“No drama! People are really starting to make this s--- an issue. I can be a real one and say that I was wrong for even pressing an issue,” Brown wrote on Twitter, adding, “I can be a man about it.”

Tempers allegedly flared between the musician and Beckford over Tran on Saturday. Their argument reportedly began when Beckford shared a selfie with Tran. Brown responded with a series of tweets that were quickly deleted.

"U wanna keep walking them runways," the singer posted on Sunday to Twitter, according to the New York Daily News. "I need ta legs for that. Keep playing like I ain't wit the bulls---."

Beckford responded on Instagram Sunday by posting a photo of himself shooting a gun at a shooting range, with the caption, “In case you forgot.” He then reportedly posted to Facebook that he wasn’t afraid of anyone threatening him.

Tran broke up with Brown in March after four years of dating. The model called it quits for good when she found out the singer had fathered a child with a mutual friend. Now, reports are claiming she just wants to be taken seriously. “She doesn’t want or need any of this nonsense from Chris, and she’s already told him that after this incident,” a source close to Tran told Hollywood Life on Tuesday.