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Chris Brown is airing dirty laundry reportedly about Rihanna on a new song that DJ Khaled released on Tuesday night. On the track titled “I’m Still,” Brown has a verse, and though he does not provide any names, it seems like he's talking about his former flame and her sex life in the song.

“Every ni**a in the industry done f**ked my b**ch/ And all my ni**as said I told ya/Now all these rap ni**as wanna be political/Nah, f*ck that I'm a real lyrical/killer.”

Considering that Rihanna is the only well-known girlfriend Brown has had who is in the industry, and that he is reportedly back with Karrueche Tran, it's likely that he refers to the Barbadian beauty in the song. Brown, 24, is not the only person who has accused Rihanna of having sex with large number of men.

Last month, Rihanna and Teyana Taylor got into a Twitter feud, during which Taylor claimed Rihanna slept with a large number of men in the entertainment business.

Meanwhile, Rihanna is apparently trying to move on from Brown after they broke up earlier this year after an on-again-off-again relationship filled with turmoil. Earlier this month, Rihanna got a new tattoo, and it's apparently a reminder of her tumultuous relationship, according to the artists who did the tattoo, Inia Taylor and Tiki Taane. While in New Zealand for part of her “Diamonds” tour, the singer got a traditional Polynesian tattoo design on her right hand. The tattoo is filled with various ancient symbols.

Instead of using a traditional needle, Rihanna’s tattoo involved a chisel and mallet. Taylor explained the reason behind Rihanna getting the painful ink, telling Celebuzz that Rihanna had said it was all a part of her healing process regarding her relationship with Brown and other memories she wanted to forget.

“I didn’t realize she had such a hard time. Apparently she had such an **hole of a boyfriend she said. The tattoo is just a reminder of the things in the past. Lord knows, she overcame a lot of that sh*t. It’s not about getting a tattoo, it’s a ceremony. Tattoos aren’t fashion. They are a way to get rid of pain in your life. You have to create pain to get over pain,” Taylor continued.