Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 1 October 2014

Chris Brown previews new track

Chris Brown

Chris Brown releases a snippet of a raunchy new track.

Chris tweeted a link to the the raunchy new track, a steamy ballad about his connection with an unnamed girl.

“Girl we ain’t never finished; I’m tryna make love for eternity,” say some of the lyrics. He also says he wants to “taste the tears when we’re together” and “make sweet love” forever.

Chris, 24, reportedly slammed ex-girlfriend Rihanna in the lyrics from new song I’m Still. The track refers to how everybody in the industry has been with his girlfriend – and Rihanna was said to be insulted by the song.

“She really thought she could be cool and civil with him but she sees she can’t,” a source told Hollywood Life.

“News travels fast no matter where she is on the globe and he knew that this would get back to her. Things like this used to upset her but now it’s to be expected from a childish person like Chris.”

Although Rihanna is allegedly angry with Chris for his lyrics, she is not letting him get to her. The Umbrella star is reportedly determined to ignore his behaviour and focus on herself.

“It’s sad but she can’t let him break her,” the source added. “She’s got her heart intact and wants him to do and be well. Hopefully one day he will really grow up and be a man. But she thinks that’s a long, long ways away.”

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