Quavo Gets Revenge On Chris Brown In Savage Diss Track

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Quavo went scorched earth on Chris Brown in his second diss track aimed at the singer.

On Monday night, April 22, the Migos rapper unleashed his new song "Over H*es & B*tches" on YouTube. On the song, Quavo basically tells CB to say all the smack he rapped about him in "Weakest Link" to his face. Since Brown had to gall to invoke the late TakeOff's name in his diss track, the Rocket Power artist decided to include unreleased vocals from his late nephew to help bury Brown in vicious wordplay.

"Lil' boy wanna die 'bout some coochie?/You still f**ked up 'bout Karrueche?" Quavo raps.

"You tried to beat up Teyana, but Usher wouldn't let you do it," he continues. "The cocaine got 'em, your honor, bipolar disorder, no wonder/You was the greatest, n***a, you fumbled, going out sad, I'm watching you crumble."

It's obvious Quavo wants all the smoke with Breezy. His verse continues with commentary about Brown's previous diss track, which he thought was "sh*tty." He also thinks Brown is a "singer that turned to a junkie." Not only does he bring up Brown's infamous fight with Usher and Teyana Taylor, but Quavo also calls the award-winning singer "Crackhead Michael Jackson" and drags his ex Saweetie into the drama once again. Once fans on social media offered their mixed reactions, Chris Brown himself commented on Quavo's diss track.

"Google Raps," he wrote in his Instagram Story. "THAT S**T IS POOOOOOOH. Damn and I was excited.. that s**t don't even need a response. Takeoff rap better."

This is the second diss track Quavo released against Chris Brown. Previously, Quavo called out CB on his song "Tender" after Brown fired shots at him on "Freak" off his 11:11 deluxe album. The feud between both artists has been boiling over the past few years, but things began to heat up again earlier this year after the two were seated next to one another at a fashion show in Paris.

Listen to the entire response up top and see what The Breakfast Club had to say about it below.

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