Chris Brown feels 'responsible for reviving' Drake's career
This article is from 2015.
Chris Brown feels "responsible for reviving" Drake's career and has vowed not to talk about him anymore because he gets nothing out of giving the rapper free publicity.
Chris Brown feels "responsible for reviving" Drake's career.
The 25-year-old rapper has had several high-profile spats with the 'Trophies' hitmaker but doesn't want to give him any more publicity because he feels like the Canadian musician only has a career because he is always badmouthing him.
He said: "We're not getting no cheque from talking about dude.
"We're giving him all this pub [publicity]. We're us. I can't keep making these motherf***ers famous. I'm responsible for reviving a lot of careers. When I keep talking about somebody, I'm just making them hot."
The pair's long-running feud is believed to have started after Drake began dating Chris' ex-girlfriend Rihanna, leading to a physical altercation at WIP nightclub in New York in June 2012 in which eight people we injured.
As well as Chris, fellow rapper Tyga - who is rumoured to be dating 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' star Kylie Jenner - also chimed into the debate by suggesting Drake isn't a sincere artist and has changed since becoming famous, commenting just days after the 28-year-old star insulted the 'Rack City' hitmaker in his new track '6PM in New York'.
Speaking to Hot 97, he said: "This industry, like you said, is so fake.
"Half of these rappers and everybody just be weirdos. They get money and get a little clout, a little fame and then they just think they're this new person."