Chris Brown Releases Diss Track About Drake; Nicki Minaj Tries to Ease Tensions

Chris Brown seems to have reacted to his physical altercation involving rapper Drake last month by taking his beef to wax in a new diss record called "I Don't Like" remix.

Brown, 23, recorded a remixed version of Chicago rapper Chief Keef's song "I Don't Like," which features Kanye West, Pusha T and Jadakiss. In the song, the R&B singer touched on the June 14 incident where his chin was split open after bottles were thrown at New York City's W.I.P nightclub.

"They throwing bottles, I'm throwing models," Brown rapped. "I be singing he be singing so its on sight!"

Although Brown does not mention 25-year-old Drake's name in his verses on the song, the Grammy Award-winning singer does manage to speak about the rapper's album, "Take Care" and the rumors that have been swirling about the rapper refusing to speak to the singer one-on-one.

"This head up, my bread up, one on one you scared (expletive)," Brown questioned. "Matter fact take care bruh."

While Brown, who is featured on the most recent album of Drake's "Young Money" labelmate Nicki Minaj, spoke kindly about her and label president Lil Wayne by calling him "nice," he decided to poke fun at Drake's characteristically thick eyebrows and some of the recent acronyms that he has brought to popularity.

"Them eyebrows man, them (expletives) is yikes,"Brown said in the song. "OVO, you overdose, YOLO no, I live twice!"

While Brown has only spoken about the incident on Twitter after posting the pictures of his wounded chin on the social networking website, Drake referenced the altercation in a New York concert last month at Jones Beach.

"When I woke up this morning, I had to think about a lot of things," he told screaming fans last month. "But the only thing I gave a (expletive) about was that I was in New York City tonight."

While the two have seemingly been subliminally feuding over the past month, Minaj revealed she spoke to Drake about the incident recently.

"I don't approve of talented people doing things that aren't conducive to an amazing career," Minaj said in a BBC Radio interview over the weekend. "I spoke to Drake, and I told him from the bottom of my heart how I felt. I'm like, 'Baby, you are a superstar, and I need you to realize that.'"