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Rihanna is letting Chris Brown know she doesn't approve of the R&B star's move to include their duet on his new album, "X."
The song in contention, "Put It Up," was recorded by Rihanna and Brown back when they were still dating earlier this year. However, following the end of their on-and-off romance, the two decided to finally and officially part ways early last month. Since then, Breezy has made it known that he will not be including the song on his new record, a source told Hollywood Life.
"Just saw the working track list for X yesterday - Rihanna is not on there. Record execs wanted that song on there, but Chris said he would rather not and wouldn't allow the record to be released unless they took it off," the source said. They're still hoping to convince Chris or pay him more to change his mind because it would be a hit. The record hasn't been pressed yet, so things can change, but at this point he's not changing his mind," said an unidentified source to Hollywood Life.
But it seems that the Grammy Award-winning singer has changed his mind. In a tweet on Fourth of July, Brown said the duet will in fact be included on "X."
Rihanna, however, isn't fond of the idea. In a post shortly after Breezy's announcement, RiRi tweeted "Ph*ck O.utta H.ere B.***h," together with an Instagram photo that read: "B***h you will die, be born again, die again and be born again before I do a song with you."
Will Brown change his mind about including the song on his new album after Rihanna's strong words? We might have to wait until "X" drops in record stores on July 16.