Tinashe revealed that she’d be open to having a conversation with Chris Brown in an effort to clear things up regarding their feud over his feature on her 2015 single “Player.”

On Wednesday (Sept. 20), the BB/ANG3L singer caught up with TMZ to address the situation. “I think he probably didn’t actually watch the full video, but you know it is what it is…it’s fine, it’s all good,” she said. “I would talk to him if he wants to reach out…it’s all love…it’s all good, we’re trying to, you know, be positive and move on to bigger things.”

Brown recently slammed Tinashe’s music catalog followings remarks she made about their collaboration during an interview on the Zach Sang Show. She called her R. Kelly-assisted song “Let’s Be Real Now” embarrassing and said her duet with the “Look At Me Now” hitmaker was her label’s idea. “I literally block out that R. Kelly song from my mind. I forget that it even exists,” she said of the R. Kelly project. “That is so unreal that I even have a song with R. Kelly. That’s so embarrassing.”

Then she went on to speak about Brown, “That was a song that we all wanted it to be this big moment, this big single. So I feel like, in their mind, they were like, ‘You need the support,'” Tinashe continued. “He was their biggest artist that they had on rhythmic radio at the time. To me, I was like, ‘Well, this is a pop song. So, I really don’t feel like we should put Chris on it.’ That doesn’t compute to me, but I don’t know.”

When the Virginia native caught wind of her comments and took to Instagram and wrote, “NAME 5 TINASHE songs or die….[Looking eyes emoji] EVERYBODY DEAD [skull emoji].” He added, “She full of dat evil. Shawty career is nonexistent. What’s more embarrassing is that she worked with all these people and not one us could save her career.”

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