Normani faces flak for getting intimate with Chris Brown in ‘WE’ video: ‘She is over’

Chris Brown and Normani shared a few steamy scenes in the stunning music video and it soon got the internet talking


                            Normani faces flak for getting intimate with Chris Brown in ‘WE’ video: ‘She is over’
Chris Brown and Normani steamy scenes in 'WE (Warm Embrace)' got the Internet talking (Photos by [email protected])
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Chris Brown, who is all set to drop his 10th studio album ‘Breezy’ on June 24, released a steamy music video of the single 'WE (Warm Embrace)' on Tuesday, June 21, and quickly managed to break the Internet. The official music video shared on his YouTube channel featured singer-songwriter Normani as the two got cozy with some intimate choreography.
 
Chris Brown and Normani shared a few steamy scenes in the stunning music video and it soon got the Internet talking. The music video might be stunning but it left many social media users fuming as they dragged both Chris Brown and Normani. For the unversed, Normani had earlier collaborated with Rihanna’s Fenty brand. Speaking of 'WE (Warm Embrace)', the single was officially released on April 1.  
 
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Chris Brown and Normani get cozy in 'WE (Warm Embrace)' (Photo by [email protected])

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Chris Brown and Normani get cozy in new MV

In the music video directed by Arrad, we see Normani appearing in a silver satin dress as she shares a few intimate dance moves with Chris Brown.  The two dance to the seductive sounds and exhibit the crackling chemistry in front of the camera. If this was not enough, Chris Brown and Normani go underwater with steamy dance moves which is clearly the highlight of the music video.
 
The music video of 'WE (Warm Embrace)' comes after the release of Chris Brown’s earlier releases from the album namely ‘Call Me Every Day’ featuring Wizkid, and ‘Iffy’. H.E.R, Jack Harlow, and Fivio Foreign are some of the other artists who will be featured on Chris Brown’s latest studio effort.

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‘Normani is over and she not even started’

Dragging both Chris Brown and Normani, one of the users on Twitter stated, “How can you model for Fenty and then do this?” Another posted, “Normani this isn’t you look at me.” Whereas, an individual mentioned, “I hope she knows this will be the end of her career that never started at first place.” One user shared, “Normani is over and she not even started.” The next one tweeted, “Not sure why she thought it was a good idea to work with Chris BeatHerTillShe Brown, but what can I expect at this point?”
 
Meanwhile, one user shared, “Normani’s label didn’t want her to be on the dua lipa collab but got her in a Chris Brown music video… I know they’re not serious.” Another posted, “Chris Brown with a dark skin woman??? He beat the allegations.” One added, “Why all this fake outrage for Normani being in Chris Brown’s video yet y’all live for his collabs with everyone else over the last few years? Just needed a reason to be “mad” at her, huh?” One user concluded, “IDK why the new rnb girls feel the need to collaborate with him. first ella mai, HER, chlöe, now normani. it's disappointing. i can't even say i get it bc he has repeated his behavior toward women, kicks darkskin women out of clubs he's in, and has made the same song since 2012.”

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