Chris Brown wants his Verzuz with Usher to make sense: ‘Usher would whoop him up’

Chris Brown’s latest comment comes days after he revealed that he was in touch with Verzuz founders Timbaland and Swizz Beatz for a potential battle


                            Chris Brown wants his Verzuz with Usher to make sense: ‘Usher would whoop him up’
Chris Brown spoke about a potential Verzuz battle with Usher ([email protected]/Emma McIntyre/Getty Images)
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Chris Brown, who dropped his 10th solo album ‘Breezy’ on Friday, June 24, sat on Drink Champs for an interview where he spoke about a potential Verzuz battle with R&B icon Usher. The 33-year-old crooner also mentioned Drake for the same dubbing him as a “formidable opponent” in a hypothetical Verzuz scenario.
 
A Verzuz between Chris Brown and Usher has been discussed for long and the former’s latest comment comes days after he revealed that he was in touch with Verzuz founders Timbaland and Swizz Beatz for a potential Verzuz face-off. Interestingly, Verzuz not only hosts face-offs between rappers but also equally pays attention to R&B singers. The last Verzuz battle went down between R&B icons Omarion and Mario.

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Will Chris Brown face Usher in a Verzuz battle?

Chris Brown, in his latest interview, addressed how some of his fans have proposed the idea of him going against Usher. According to the ‘Go Crazy’ hitmaker, the idea represented a promising pairing for his fans but it would “have to make sense” for both artists. Shedding further light on the same, Chris Brown asserted, “They want me and Usher to do it." He added, “It only makes sense but it’s gotta make more sense. I would want to celebrate him and his life just as much as celebrating my stuff. I can’t act like he ain’t a pioneer, as well.”
 
Chris Brown’s latest comments come after he spoke in an interview with Big Boy about why he had not participated in a Verzuz battle in the past. “Me at my career now, I ain’t hanging no towel up. I don’t feel that I wanna go up against somebody that might not be in there”, said Brown, as reported by Billboard. He added, “It’s too much of a Verzuz for me. I don’t want to have to overshadow nobody or really, ‘Damn, that boy killed this person” concluding, “I don’t even want to go back and forth with none of that.”

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 ‘Usher would whoop him in a Verzuz’

Social media users were quick to debate who will win the Verzuz between Chris Brown and Usher. “Chris Brown is not beating usher in a verzuz i'm sorry”, claimed one fan as another posted, “Chris Brown way better than Usher. He too humble.” One user shared, “It’s funny how Chris Brown all of a sudden want to battle usher but when Verzuz first came out he was on some foh im not battling nobody I’m better than everybody type s**t.”
 
The next one shared, “Chris brown vs Usher just don’t make sense to me . That’s two different generations.” Another posted, “I love Chris Brown but Usher would whoop him in a Verzuz.” Meanwhile, an individual tweeted, “Usher ate Chris Brown up on CHRIS BROWN’s own song. Don’t ever play with Usher the 4th please. Talkin bout a Verzuz with that lil boy. Get off that stuff, babies!!!!” as one user concluded, “Usher would do work on Chris Brown.. I'm sorry.”

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