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Chris Brown Unbothered by Quavo's Diss Song, "OH&B," Said it Doesn't Require a Response From Him

Quavo responded to Chris Brown's song, "Weakest Link," with "Over Hoes & Bitches," which he released on YouTube. The cover art for "OH&B" derives from a photo of Chris having a physically playful moment with a female friend, which was almost mistaken for domestic violence. "OH&B's" cover art switched out the image of Chris and his friend, replacing it with an illustration of Quavo choking Chris. 

Chris defended the picture when it surfaced on TMZ in 2018—The "Please Don't Judge Me" singer explained the image on Instagram, stating, "Thanks for the publicity today. Y'all know damn well I ain't going down that road. There is no need to even defend myself on the matter. Everyone that's around (girl/guy) are my homies. NO FOUL PLAY...No IGNORANT s***. End of discussion. ❤️ 

However, Quavo's new release continues to taunt Chris about his alleged coke addiction and domestic violence incidents. The Migos star also scathed Breezy for ruining his career; he stated, "You been f–ked your bag up when you punched Ri' (Rihanna) in the face. The Atlanta rapper threatened Breezy with violence, saying he has a bullet with his name on it. The Migos rapper also laughed at the "11:11" singer about his home being invaded in 2015, where the assailants reportedly held his aunt at gunpoint, "Ni**** ran in your house, tied up your aunt 'cause you ain't pay," he raps.  

The Atlanta-born rapper reminds his rival that he was the greatest in the music industry but has now destroyed his career, he stated, "You was the greatest, nigga, you fumbled, going out sad, I'm watching you crumble."

Despite "OH & B's" claims, Chris laughed off the "Walk It Talk It" rapper's musical rebuttal with a series of photos on his Instagram story. Breezy said, "CMON Quavious." "Google Raps—THAT SHIT IS POOOOOOH." "Damn and I was excited..that shit don't even need a response. Takeoff raps better."

The internet continues to weigh in on the surprise musical war. Several fans rated Chris' "Weakest Link" as the more powerful diss song between the two. Some believe "WL" shares similarities with older diss songs, such as Nas' "Ether" and Tupac's "Hit Em Up." After Breezy released the track, a YouTuber stated, "Quavo don't respond. Don't piss CB off. You already know. You don't want to get bodied again. CB is a singer, dancer, rapper, writer, basketball player, karate and fight practitioner. Just don't do it bruh. Take that L."

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