Tinashe is open to reconciling with Chris Brown following her statement about their previous collaboration.
Tinashe gained significant attention recently when a video clip of her discussing her collaborations with R. Kelly and Chris Brown went viral. In a September 12 interview with Zach Sang, she revealed that her former record label, RCA Records, had compelled her to collaborate with these artists. Despite their greater popularity at the time, she admitted feeling “embarrassed” of her collaboration with R. Kelly and not being too enthusiastic about working with Chris Brown either.
When Chris Brown became aware of the video, he responded by firing back. The singer commented, “Name five Tinashe songs or die… Everybody dead.”
Nevertheless, the Lexington native caught up with TMZ and gave her perspective on the situation, expressing that she believed things had escalated beyond what she had anticipated.
“I think he didn’t actually watch the full video, but it is what it is. It’s fine, it’s all good. [We’re] focused on the future. I would talk to him if he wants to reach out. It’s all love,” she said.
Both Brown and Kelly have faced legal troubles stemming from their treatment of women. Brown has been accused of assault on multiple occasions, while Kelly is presently incarcerated for a range of offenses, including child pornography.
Meanwhile, Tinashe launched her most recent project, titled “BB/ANG3L,” on September 8th. This seven-song LP featured standout tracks such as “Treason,” “Talk To Me Nice,” and “Needs.”