Chris Brown has confirmed that his new song with Rick Ross “Sorry” was in fact written for Karrueche Tran and not Rihanna.
Since the song dropped last week, there has been widespread speculations that he could be singing about Rihanna and or Karrueche Tran.
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Breezy people told Urban Islandz that the track was recorded for Karrueche Tran and not RiRi.
“It was Ross people who contacted Breezy with the idea to do this track given his circumstances of a recent breakup they thought that he would be the perfect guy,” sources told us.
“They were right because it turned out to be a dope single, nobody never really hear Chris Brown on a joint like this. It was definitely written for Karrueche and am sure she listens to it. They don’t talk right now but you would have to be a person with no heart not to be moved by a heartfelt joint like this,” the singer’s rep said.
Even though Brown wrote the song for Karrueche, sources say that there are some traces of it that can be link back to Rihanna.
“You have to listen to the words carefully and you will hear a hint of stuff about Rihanna,” sources added.
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On the track “Sorry” Chris Brown sings about breaking his girl heart leaving her to abandon him.
“Sorry, won’t turn back the clock / Baby I took advantage cause I knew you / Wouldn’t believe it, so I used you / I’m sorry, oh I’m sorry don’t make it right, I know,” Breezy sings on the remorseful joint.
The track will be featured on Rick Ross upcoming album Black Market, due in December of this year.
Brown is also working on his upcoming album title Royalty. The “Zero” singer confirmed that the project will drop sometime this fall.