Chris Brown is reportedly upset with Kanye West because his verse is missing from New Again (Picture: Kevin Mazur/WireImage)
The drama surrounding Kanye West’s new album, Donda, just keeps rolling in after Chris Brown lashed out at the rapper for removing his verse from their track.
However, it appears fans were meant to get more than just a few lines of singing from Chris on the track, New Again.
Listed as track 18 on the 27 song album, the single features vocals from the Loyal hitmaker and the Sunday Service Choir.
However, the 32-year-old performer took to social media to vent his frustration as a source claimed a verse he recorded for the track was missing from the released version.
Just hours after Donda was available on streaming platforms, the Run It singer seemingly blasted Ye as he wrote, ‘Kanye a whole h*e,’ on his Instagram Stories.
Chris and Kanye have collaborated several times in the past (Picture: Chelsea Lauren/WireImage)
The Wall to Wall singer followed up with the message: ‘Nah he tweakin (sic).’
Chris didn’t go into detail about his appearance on New Again, but The Shade Room reported that a source close to the situation explained the singer was ‘a little heated about the verse being removed’ from the song.
Kanye is yet to comment about Chris’ Instagram posts (Picture: Bertrand Rindoff Petroff/Getty Images)
Chris and Ye, 44, had previously collaborated together on two songs over the years after the singer featured on the single, Waves, on Kanye’s acclaimed seventh studio album, The Life of Pablo (2016).
Kanye also co-wrote and performed on the tune Down, which was featured on Chris’s second studio album Exclusive (2007).
The singer’s outburst came after Kanye claimed he didn’t support the release of his new album Donda, and alleged it was done ‘without [his] approval’.
The Through The Wire rapper’s fans were surprised on Sunday when Donda finally appeared on Spotify and Apple Music after delays over the past month.
However, just hours later, Kanye took to his Instagram to make bold allegations suggesting he has clashed with his record label.
‘Universal put my album out without my approval and they blocked Jail 2 from being on the album,’ he wrote.
According to Variety, sources at the label have said that the rapper’s claims are ‘preposterous’.