Following his comments, which accused Kehlani of seeking sympathy with her suicide attempt, Tinashe unfollowed him on social media, to which he wrote on his Instagram page, “Notice that I’m not the one asking to get on anyone’s record, this is them thinking they are standing up for something.”
Tinashe address his comment on April 5th in an interview with KMEL’s Shay Diddy. “I felt like it was just so unnecessary,” she said of Brown’s post. “I just think it’s silly. Petty … It’s not even worth it, it’s not a big deal to me. I don’t think that follows on Twitter are a big deal. If I see him, I would love to speak to him. I would love if he would reach out. I have absolutely nothing against him. We’re on good terms, as far as I knew.”
As Tinashe deflected the drama, Brown continued to make public digs at her, calling her a “hobbit ass face” in a now-deleted Instagram post. The post was captured in a screenshot by BallerAlert:
The killing part is that the two worked on her single “Player,” and he even gave her a compliment during the filming of the video.
“She’s a talented young lady, I’m grown quite fond of her,” he said in the behind the scenes clip of Tinashe’s “Player” video. Even though Brown insinuated in his comments that she asked to work with him, Tinashe said it wasn’t her idea, just business.
On March 11, she told ET Canada, “It was really the label,” she said. “It wasn’t me.”
He went off on Tinashe for essentially an unfollow? It’s not that serious, Breezy.