Tweet nothings! Rihanna deletes Chris Brown from her Twitter account as ex 'disses her in new track'

They recently collaborated on a new song and were rumoured to be reigniting their former romance.

But it appears Rihanna and her ex-boyfriend Chris Brown have fallen out again after the singer released a remixed track last night in which he apparently dissed the Barbadian star.

Rihanna, 24, reacted by 'unfollowing' Chris on her Twitter account - and he quickly followed suit, deleting her as well.

Tweet nothings! Rihanna deletes Chris Brown from her Twitter account as ex 'disses her in new track'

Twitter feud: Chris Brown tweeted this photograph this morning after releasing a track which apparently dissed his ex Rihanna. She reacted by 'unfollowing' him on the social networking site

Brown,23, released a version of Kanye West' TheraFlu last night in which he raps: 'Don't f*** with my old b*****s ... like a bad fur ... every industry n***** done had her,' continuing: 'Trick or treat like a pumpkin ... just to smash her.'

Taking offence? Rihanna pictured on Monday at the Met Gala in New York

Taking offence? Rihanna pictured on Monday at the Met Gala in New York

After speculation about the track started doing the rounds on the internet, Brown tweeted where he apparently addressed Rihanna.

Posting a picture of himself on Twitter, he also wrote: 'Assumptions! I didn't say any names so if u took offense [sic] to it then its something you feel guilty about.'

His telling remark would seem to suggest some beef between the pair, who recently appeared to be on better terms, three years after Brown viciously assaulted his then-girlfriend.

Brown recently collaborated with Rihanna on her track Birthday Cake.

She was widely criticised for letting the singer back into her life after previously taking a tough stance against domestic violence.

Speaking to Ryan Seacrest on his KIIS FM radio show back in March, she said: 'I reached out to him about doing Birthday Cake because that’s the only person that really... it made sense to do the record.

'Just as a musician - despite everything else - that was going to be the person.'

She said: 'I thought about rappers, and I’ve done that so many times, and the hottest R&B artist out right now is Chris Brown.

'So I wanted him on the track.'

This week the singer found herself in hospital on a drip for 'exhaustion and dehydration' as those close to the Umbrella star claim she is 'spiralling out of control'.

It's no secret that she has been burning the candle at both ends in recent months and her team are asking her to consider rehab in an attempt to help her wild lifestyle down, according to reports.

Reaction: Brown followed suit by deleting Rihanna too, and posted a message this morning apparently addressing his former girlfriend. He posted the offending track, a remix of Kanye West's TheraFlu on Twitter

Reaction: Brown followed suit by deleting Rihanna too, and posted a message this morning apparently addressing his former girlfriend. He posted the offending track, a remix of Kanye West's TheraFlu on Twitter

In the new issue of America's Star magazine, an inside source said, 'Rihanna loves to party but this past month she's gotten really out of control,'

Her wild nights out have included a late visit to a strip club in Queens, New York, on May 2 where she was seen throwing money at female performers.

The source continued, 'She's been drinking almost everyday and talking about smoking weed a lot too. Everyone is telling her to slow down and think about therapy, or even rehab.'

In hospital: Rihanna tweeted this picture from her sick bed after the Met Gala

In hospital: Rihanna tweeted this picture from her sick bed after the Met Gala

Heading home: After tweeting a picture of herself in hospital she uploaded a picture to her Instagram account of her standing in front of a plane heading back to Los Angeles

Heading home: After tweeting a picture of herself in hospital she uploaded a picture to her Instagram account of her standing in front of a plane heading back to Los Angeles




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