No Limit Records founder Master P wants Chris Brown to watch the company he keeps around him. The music mogul has dished out some OG advice to the trouble singer this week.

New footage has surfaced of Percy Miller giving his thoughts on Brown’s recent publicized woes including a gun threat accusation.

“They asked me what I think about Chris Brown,” P said in a new viral video. “I like the little homie. All the money you got, man, pay for you and ‘No’ man and get rid of some of these ‘Yes’ men. If I was your big homie, I would have brought the same ol’ faithful broad to you every time, just change the wig. You don’t need all the new people around you. I don’t care if you’re an athlete or or entertainer, man, you’re going to spend more money on lawyer fees. Get you a real OG, somebody that’s about something real and will tell you something and teach you something and be able to tell you ‘No’ sometimes. Sometimes you just gotta be able to say ‘No’ to your homies. … It’s going to cost you more in lawyer fees. Get rid of some of them trashy broads. That broad remind me of the one Kobe had in Colorado. Trash man.”

Amid hourly updates on his gun threat arrest last week, Brown unleashed his new “What Would You Do” song.

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R&B singer Ray J came forward last week and spoke up in Brown’s defense.

As for whether Curran’s statements are truthful, Ray J responds, “Listen, I can’t say what’s truthful or not, because I have never seen that happen, and I was right there. So, I don’t want to comment. The thing about it is, she can’t be telling the truth when I’m telling you that certain things are wrong. Like, find the facts out first. You know what I’m saying? And that’s all I’m saying.” (WHAS 11 ABC)

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According to reports, Chris Breezy posted $250,000 bail to get out of jail shortly after his Tuesday (August 30) arrest.

He was released from jail late Tuesday night after posting $250,000 bail, according to Los Angeles County jail records. The arrest, which occurred outside the view of several news helicopters that swirled overhead and throngs of camera crews gathered at the bottom of Brown’s hilltop estate, marked the conclusion of nearly 14-hour-long stand-off and investigation by police. (Fox News)