Chris Brown: 'Jay-Z didn't threaten to end my career'

Singer says reports that Jay-Z threatened to end his career over Rihanna are false

Chris Brown: 'Jay-Z didn't threaten to end my career'

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Chris Brown has denied reports that Jay-Z warned him that if he ever hurt his protégé Rihanna again, he would end his music career.

In an interview with US radio station Power 106, Brown said their conversation was "cordial. It was real respectful. It was nothing like that. Me and him, it was like a green room [situation] and it was cool."

He added: "People like to take it and run with it because they have nothing else…The funny thing is that with all these rumours and stuff, is that with other artists you'll hear 30 different rumours in a week and maybe one sticks. Everything with me sticks, everyone believes everything that somebody says, so you don't know what to pick from!"

Earlier today, Brown's duet with his ex girlfriend Rihanna titled 'Nobody's Business' leaked online. The track features on the singer's new album 'Unapologetic', which is due for release on November 19.

Rihanna originally split with Brown in 2009 after he assaulted her. The pair are rumoured to be dating again, but Brown denied that they were back together in the Power 106 interview, adding that relations between the pair were "cordial".

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