Chris Brown, 23, recently revealed an emotional record that he wrote concerning a love interest who may have issues with drinking, which left many to speculate about his girlfriend Rihanna inspiring the song.
Brown made it clear that his "I Can't Win" record would not be a part of the sixth studio album that he has been promoting recently. Still, he wanted to share the emotionally charged records about a struggling relationship that he penned.
"Some (expletive) I felt like writing that's not on the album," Brown tweeted while providing a link to his song.
In the song, Brown questions why his love interest is angry at him and asks God for help because his significant other looks to find solace in alcohol.
"When you called, I would follow, Now the only thing you love is a bottle," Brown croons on the record. "You always say I'm done and finished, (Expletive), I'm wrong you're right.
"Please God help us. I guess I'm gonna leave it up to you tonight," he sings
Brown goes on to speak about a future with his love interest that he believes to be unclear.
"I'm not trying to waste our love I'm just trying to save what's left of it," he sings. "And when that day comes my love, I'm gon' be the same one still lovin' / How are you gonna cancel me out? Say I won't listen, but I'm listening now."
The song left many people wondering if 25-year-old pop star Rihanna was the person that Brown was singing about.
"It's shocking that Chris Brown's song about Rihanna being an alcoholic is actually like the best song he's put out in years," one person tweeted.
Another person was not entirely sure that Rihanna was the muse for the record.
"Rihanna is an alcoholic or is Chris Brown talking about another chick in this 'I Can't Win' song," one person questioned.
Although Rihanna has yet to respond to the tune, the pair have been making headlines for people questioning their relationship in recent weeks. Earlier this month, Rihanna revealed some of her issues with love.
"How many of you are in love? How many of you hate love," Rihanna questioned before performing "What Now" at her Los Angeles "Diamonds World Tour" concert earlier this month. "How many of you don't (expletive) understand it? I'm in that group."