Imagine the drama! PartyNextDoor stirred up some serious controversy over the weekend with a post on X (formerly known as Twitter). In a now-deleted post, PartyNextDoor seemed to take aim at Chris Brown, Jeremih, and Bryson Tiller, adding fuel to a fiery feud.

PartyNextDoor, after seeing his ex, Desma, in a music video for the trio’s collaboration, ‘Wait On It,’ didn’t hold back his feelings. He posted, ‘I’m finna make these n***as cry… Bryson Chris; and Jeremih… enjoy, the nights, of your life. Doing videos, at 34, that b***h broke. I know 5 RnB singers who broke.’ This post definitely caught people’s attention.

However, it didn’t take long for PartyNextDoor to think twice. Once the post was deleted, Chris Brown fired back, saying, ‘N****s speak without thinking sometimes… then call around to my people trying to retract sh*t. NAW N***A, go on your socials and apologize or keep that same energy when you see me.’ The tension was palpable, and everyone waited for PartyNextDoor’s next move.

PartyNextDoor soon took to social media to set the record straight, ‘To be clear, I got nothing but love n respect for those guys…. sh*t happens.’ This was his attempt to put out the fire, but the sparks were still flying.

In the replies to PartyNextDoor’s clarification, fans had a field day. Some trolled him, referencing Kendrick Lamar’s diss track, ‘Not Like Us,’ amidst his feud with Drake. One user commented, ‘And Party at the party playing with his nose now. And Baka got a weird case why’s he around??’ Another added, ‘it’s your bday and you worried about desma.’ Clearly, fans weren’t ready to let it slide.

Meanwhile, Jeremih, Chris Brown, and Bryson Tiller dropped ‘Wait On It’ last week, marking the first single from Jeremih’s upcoming project—a series of three seven-song EPs leading to an album. This will be his first full-length project since 2015’s ‘Late Nights.’

PartyNextDoor’s apology may have calmed the waters for now, but the drama around his initial post shows just how quickly things can escalate on social media. With new music on the horizon from Jeremih, it seems everyone will soon have more to talk about than just online beef.

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