Just when fans thought it was safe to assume that the dust had settled between Chris Brown and Kevin McCall, it appears as though the singers' fiery beef may just have the chance of boiling over into the new year.
As previously reported, the former collaborators' feud was reignited after Kevin took to social media to challenge Chris to a physical altercation. In a series of videos, which have now been deleted, Kevin calls the Heartbreak On A Full Moon singer a "b***h for bringing GUNS to a fist fight" and surmises that Chris is far from the "gangster" he routinely portrays.
While Kevin's latest gripe seems very one-sided at this point, that apparently isn't deterring the Watts-born songwriter from airing out his grievances with Breezy. Nearly 24 hours after rehashing their unrelenting beef, Kevin took to Instagram once again to share a photo of a shattered platinum plaque for Chris' smash-hit "Deuces," which he is credited for both writing and being featured on.
"Deuces to my past," he begins the post. "On to bigger and better things #Kingdom always remember: your soul is more valuable than F.A.M.E or Fortune," a clear jab at the Virgina native's fourth studio album of the same name. While many of Kevin's fans questioned the morale behind damaging the prestigious accolade, he seemed unfazed and continued his social media antics by posting a video of yet another plaque in an abandoned alleyway.
Take a look at Kevin McCall's eyebrow-raising Instagram post, below.
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