Rapper Joe Budden and R&B singer Chris Brown got into a brief beef Monday (May 9) night after the Slaughterhouse emcee allegedly made a subliminal comment toward him.
The dispute stemmed from a Michael Jackson reference Budden made on his Twitter page.
“if i cared about being in any1’s good graces, i’d be working on my Michael Jackson tribute as we speak …..,” Budden tweeted. (Joe Budden’s Twitter)
Brown took the tweet personally and mocked Budden’s 2003 hit, “Pump It Up.”
“So I’m guessing this person thinks he’s mature by making references to me becuz of his mistakes! #pumppumppumpitup,” he tweeted. (Chris Brown’s Twitter)
Budden responded to Brown’s remark by denying the tweet was towards him.
“@chrisbrown i’m a fan my n*gga … & my sarcasm was more so geared towards ignorant fans, my bad if i offended u.,” Budden tweeted. (Joe Budden’s Twitter)