Earlier today, we reported that Karrueche Tran had an emotional breakdown during her appearance on Keke Palmer‘s, Just KeKe, talk show, which aired on BET, on Monday.
An inside source say Brown have now realized how deeply hurt Karrueche was by his actions, and past secret affair with ex-girlfriend, Rihanna. “[Chris] felt awful seeing her cry and wished that she wouldn’t have broken down. But you know, those are her feelings, and he respects them,” a source close to the young entertainer revealed.
“When he watches s–t like that, it makes him look at himself and realize just how f–ked up he’s been and how the women in his life feel,” the source adds.
“Moments like these give him the opportunity to see how those closest to him view him, and how he makes them feel. It’s hard for him to watch Kae like that.”
“It’s tough. He knows he hasn’t always been the best man to her, but he’s human and everyday he’s learning on how to drastically improve his behavior and relationships.”
Watch the interview HERE
And it appears Breezy and Drake are in the process of making music together.
Over the weekend, the folks over at TwanaTells reported that the rap duo was photographed for a second time inside a Los Angeles recording studio — rumored to be working on doing a collaboration with rapper Tyga.
A few years back, Tyga sat down with Much Music’s New Music Live to talk about the beef between his two friends and how he wanted them to squash it and make music together.
“I don’t think it’s like a real beef, it’s the media and stuff just blowing it up. But at the end of the day, I’m friends with both of them. It’s like high school, you got competition. You got the popular people that are always in competition. That’s really what it is at the end of the day, I would love to see them make music together and squash everything.”
And speaking of music, Drake just announced the title of his upcoming fourth album entitled, “View From The Six.”
Drake was set to confirm the album title Tuesday morning (July 15) as part of an exhaustive roster of upcoming projects. The first arrives tomorrow (July 16), when the 27-year-old rapper hosts The ESPYs on ESPN. Then his record label OVO Sound, distributed by Warner Bros., will release its first two projects – Majid Jordan’s EP “Place Like This” and PARTYNEXTDOOR’s second full-length release, “PARTYNEXTDOOR TWO” on July 29.
PARTYNEXTDOOR premiered a new song with Drake, “Recognize,” earlier this week as one of two songs available on the album’s pre-order.
Image credits: Tumblr/ Breezy’s Instagram