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This ‘Singer’ Dropped A Song About A Chris Brown Assault

Aspiring singers and rappers are practically growing on trees these days, and Liziane Gutierrez, a woman who accused Chris Brown of attacking her in his hotel room back in 2016, is the latest to branch off a music career from the alleged incident with the R&B crooner. 

TMZ obtained a clip of a new record she recorded in light of her accusations, which were reportedly settled in court September 2017. According to the site, Gutierrez walked away with $70,000, but other sources claimed a much lesser amount. Nonetheless, the originally reported 70 racks served as the inspiration behind Gutierrez’s track, “Seventy Grand.”

“Thanks for the settlement, thanks for the check, 70 grand in case you forget,” she sings on the record. She doesn’t directly call Breezy out in the lyrics, but the stark comparisons to the 2016 incident in the verse and chorus are more than telling of the shots aimed toward him.

“I’m about to have a party and it’s all on you/ and it’s all on you,” she sings. “I’m about to go shopping, and it’s all on you/ And it’s all on you.”

Gutierrez also hints at Breezy’s alleged drug abuse, suggesting that it led to his violent reaction toward her. None of those claims actually held up in court, though. In fact, police had never even pinned any charges against the Heartbreak on a Full Moon artist amid her accusations. Apparently, that didn’t stop her from throwing the claims into the track still.

“What is that you’ve been smoking?” she sings. “Does everybody know that you been getting high, getting high? I guess that’s why you wanna fight. I end up with a black eye/Something about you ain’t right/And then you wanna say that I lied.”

Chris hasn’t responded to the song yet. But if he does, it might echo the same sentiments from the 2016 video that he posted in response to her allegations. Listen to a snippet from the “Seventy Grand” single and Chris’s words for her that are likely still standing two years later.