LOS ANGELES, CA - JUNE 22: Chris Brown performs at 2018 BET Experience Staples Center Concert, sponsored by COCA-COLA, at L.A. Live on June 22, 2018 in Los Angeles, California.

Updated: 5/2/2024

Chris Brown is in a class of his own when it comes to making hits and setting himself up to be one of the greats. It was easily seen from his debut self-titled album in 2006, that a star was born. Chris encompasses many attributes as a multi-hyphenated artist as he is often compared to Michael Jackson for his impressive dance moves. However, with his legal issues in the past, many have a skewed look at the artist yet still understand his undeniable talent. 

Chris Brown In 2024

Chris Brown has shown fans that he cannot only just sing, dance, and act but he might have a future in rap?  In 2024 so far, he has entered a feud with Quavo where he showed that the Virginia native can not only hit a high note but has some bars. 

Chris Brown dropped “Weakest Link” which is a direct shot at Quavo. On the record, Brown raps about Quavo’s rumored relationship with Karruche Tran who the 11:11 singer dated on and off from 2010 to 2015.

“You f—– my ex-h-, that’s cool, I don’t give no f—, lil n—-/ ‘Cause I f—– yo ex when you were still with her, bitch, I’m up, lil n—-,” Brown raps referring to the Migos rapper’s ex Saweetie.

Brown then hits Quavo with a low blow, referencing the death of the late Takeoff, who was killed in 2022. “R.I.P. TakeOff, he the only real one, I got true respect/ Crazy how when he died, everybody really wished it was you instead,” Brown raps.

In addition to the lethal bars, Brown also mocked Quavo on the cover art or the diss, which shows the Migos rapper about to eat a hotdog.

“Weakest Link” follows Brown’s other diss towards Quavo on “Freak” from his 11:11 deluxe album.

“Okay, now f—– my old bitches ain’t gon’ make us equal/ Sippin’ that 1942 ’cause I don’t do no Cuervo (Quavo)/ Freak bitch, she like Casamigos, not the Migos,” Brown sings on “Freak.”

Quavo responded to “Weakest Link” on “Over H– & Bitches,” which features a posthumous hook from Takeoff. Quavo didn’t hold back from mentioning Chris Brown’s 2009 assault on his then-girlfriend Rihanna. Quavo raps, “Little bitch come battle with my drac/ You been f—– your bag up when you punched Rih in the face.”

The Migos rapper also mentioned his altercation with Frank Ocean back in 2013.

“It ain’t nun’ but a fade, you know you lost to Frank,” Quavo raps, adding another incident of a 2015 robbery in his San Fernando home. “N—– ran in your house, tied up your aunt ’cause you ain’t pay.”

Chris didn’t think much of the insults and seems that he is not going to give the Migos rapper a response.

Google raps,” he wrote. “That s— is poooooooh.” The 11:11 singer added some facepalm and laughing emojis across the message to drive home his point. The singer didn’t stop there; he added that he was disappointed in Quavo’s response and was ready to hear what he had to say.

“D— and I was excited,” he added. “That s— don’t even need a response.”

While Chris’ rap career may have been short-lived but here are seven of Chris Brown’s best songs ranked:

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