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13 December 2017, 15:55
The producer has reignited his feud with Breezy.
Producer Kevin McCall has fuelled his long-running feud with Chris Brown by savagely destroying his gold plaque for 2011 album ‘F.A.M.E.’
The album featured a series of Chris Brown and Kevin McCall collaborations including ‘Deuces’, ‘No Bullsh*t’, ‘She Ain’t You’, ‘Yeah 3x’ and ‘Wet The Bed’.
In the now-deleted Instagram post, the producer and songwriter told his 15,000 Instagram followers that he was “on to bigger and better things” before brutally destroying the plaque with a wrench.
Watch the clip above.
McCall also posted another Instagram picture of the smashed plaque.
The feud between Chris Brown and Kevin McCall appears to have reignited over the past few days.
Chris Brown and Kevin McCall’s relationship reportedly deteriorated after the singer was dropped from his label.
Breezy is yet to respond to the latest drama, however he has released a deluxe version of his 45 song album 'Heartbreak On A Full Moon'.