Chris Brown might have deemed much of his relationship private out of respect when it comes to Rihanna, but the singer seems to be pulling off his gloves this week. As previously reported on Singersroom, Brown’s anticipated album “Graffiti” is now available for preview via MTV’s ‘The Leak’. While the album is already receiving mixed reviews, a song titled “Famous Girl” is raising eyebrows. Singing lyrics including “I never should have written Disturbia” and “I should have known youâd break my heart,” Brown appears to be taking aim at the “Rated R” diva. While he has not issued a statement regarding the content of the song, conclusions have been drawn that Rihanna and cheating inspired “Famous Girl”. For months there have been rumors circulating about alleged cheating on the part of both Brown and Rihanna. Singing “Since I thought I found the right woman there were other guys who thought the same thing about it, like damn you let me down-down-down you famous girl,” Brown sheds light on a relationship just after singing “Drake would say that youâre the best he ever had. Rumors come and go but you keep a shadow. Every where you go it follows.” Brown later laments “Too much pressure I wish I was frozen. Seems we lost our way. I hope you’re happy being famous girl.” In related news, Chris Brown’s anticipated interview with ABC’s 20/20 has been moved up. According to ABC, Brown’s sit-down with Robin Roberts will now air this Friday, December 4 at 10pm (contrary to early reports announcing a December 11 airing). While previews of that interview have not been released as of yet, sources say Brown was more forthcoming than he has been in past discussions. What do you think of “Famous Girl” and Chris Brown’s forthcoming album ?
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