R&B star Chris Brown has accused his former manager of leaking songs from his forthcoming album.
The Kiss Kiss hitmaker took to his Twitter.com blog on Sunday (23Feb14) to take aim at Tina Davis, claiming she was to blame for a handful of tracks surfacing online without his permission.
He raged, "My old manager is leaking my NEW album music and refuses to give me my back up hard drive to sabotage my album(sic)."
His angry tweet prompted Davis to fire back at the allegations and urge him to prove her innocence by instructing bosses at his record label to find out who was really responsible for the illegal uploads.
She responded, "@chrisbrown Trace it! Find out where it originated from... RCA can do that for you. Then send a defaming tweet out on who really did it."
Brown did not reply to that message, but subsequently deleted his initial accusation and replaced it with the tweet: "Snakes in the grass..... Just stay positive".
Brown parted ways with Davis earlier this year (14) after she helped to guide him to fame at the start of his career.
The singer completed his 90-day court-ordered stay in anger management treatment last week (ends21Feb14) and celebrated his freedom by announcing plans for his new album, simply titled X, to hit retailers in May (14).