Chris Brown & R. Kelly's ‘Juicy Booty’ Song Sparks Huge Twitter Debate

9 November 2017, 16:09 | Updated: 9 November 2017, 16:13

Chris Brown and R. Kelly

The duo's new collaboration is dividing opinions.

Last week, Chris Brown released his hotly-anticipated eighth album 'Heartbreak On A Full Moon' and fans couldn't wait to listen to it.

The album was generally well received among avid Breezy followers, who couldn't wait to sink their teeth into the monster 45-song tracklist.

However, one particular track on the album has divided opinions online due to one of the artists Brown chose to collaborate with on it.

'Juicy Booty', the third track on 'HBOAFM', features petite soul songstress Jhené Aiko and R&B singer R. Kelly - the latter of whom many people were not happy to see make an appearance.

Chris Brown BET Awards

Earlier this year, Kelly was accused of holding a number of women against their will in a "sex cult" and manipulating their lives.

The singer has denied the claims, but a number of alleged victims have since spoken publicly about their painful experiences with Kelly and have urged other victims to come forward.

People are shocked that despite the ongoing allegations, Brown proceeded to collaborate with the 'Ignition' singer - especially on such a sexually-suggestive song.

Brown has struggled to escape his own history of violence towards women, with his infamous assault on Rihanna in 2009 being brought up once again following the track's release.

People are upset that the song is achieving commercial success as the album's most popular track, particularly in light of recent sexual abuse allegations in Hollywood and around the world.

On the flip side, many fans have taken to social media to voice their love of the song.

Just this week, 'Heartbreak On A Full Moon' achieved gold certification and earned Brown his seventh No. 1 album.

"We did it! Ya’ll f**king did dat," Brown wrote under a post on Instagram.

The 'Party' singer is yet to respond to the criticism.

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