R&B singer Chris Brown has come to the defense of Young Money’s Tyga in light of his publicized feud with rap star Drake.

Along with impersonating Drizzy, CB said he would fully stand behind Tyga in the publicized rift.

“I’ll give you the politically correct answer right now but the real answers, homie’s gonna talk like homie’s talk. Whatever you doing, I’m rocking with you. We said this in another interview, I’m like, Yo, we not getting no check talking about dude from all this pub – at the end of the day, I look at it like this, I can’t keep making these motherf*ckers famous. I’m responsible for a lot of reviving of careers – even right now, I’m just making him happy right now because I’m just talking about him. He might give you a different kind of answer like, ‘Yo, you know, I just look at it a different way. It’s music. I look at it a totally different way. Those guys…’ I’m going to keep it 100. I don’t care.” (Hot 97)

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Tyga also added a few words on his issues with Drake.

“We was [cool], I thought we was too,” Tyga added referring to his relationship with Drake. “It’s a game though. That’s how people can, like, camouflage. … I’m not going on radio stations saying ‘F*ck Drake.’ I’m not thirsty. I’m gonna say what I feel about a person because I know them personally.” (Hot 97)

Following the interview, Brown clarified his remarks.

Earlier this week, Tyga said he could not deny the rapper’s music-making ability but did not like the way Drizzy carried himself.

“Sometimes you have a light-skinned moment,” Tyga said referring to his feud with Drake. “He knows exactly where my house is, I know exactly where his house is – we live next to each other – if it’s real, it’s real. If it’s not, it’s not. I just don’t f*ck with him as a person because the experiences that I’ve had with him personally. I’m not going against who he is as a person to the public or his music or anything like that, like I said, his music is great and it’s undeniable. It’s his moment. It’s really not a beef, it’s just personal experiences I’ve had with him. … I feel he’s a nice guy on the outside but he’s not genuine. He plays people left and right. That’s just like my opinion – at the end of the day, when I did that interview, that’s how I felt [at the time].” (“The Breakfast Club”)