Chris Brown Goes Low On Latest Quavo Diss “Weakest Link,” Huncho Seemingly Responds

After annihilating Quavo with three lines in his 11:11 (Deluxe) track “Freak” — causing the former Migos rapper to drop “Tender” Chris Brown has now fired back with an entire diss track titled, “Weakest Link.”

The latest one-off not only has cover art of the Atlanta artist eating a glizzy (hot dog), but hears Breezy getting in his rapper bag where he lyrically rips Qua “to shreds.” As the 34-year-old is undeniably one of the most talented, multifaceted stars of today, the R&B heartthrob becomes a different kind of beast when he’s spitting.

Following CB’s shady bars about Quavo dating Karrueche Tran in “Freak,” “Weakest Link” further stirs the pot.

“F**king my old bi**es ain’t gone make us equal/ Sipping that 1942 cause I don’t do no Cuevo [Quavo]/ Freak bi**h she like Casamigos, not the Migos,” he initially rapped. However, the latter can’t compare to how low the Virginia-native went in “Weakest Link,” which kicks off with Quavo telling Breezy that he doesn’t want any smoke.

Hear “Freak” below.

The Breakdown

CB — who proudly waves the red flag — comes in hot, downplaying Quavo’s moniker “Huncho” and declaring that the Rocket rapper isn’t even a boss. He also goes as far to say that Qua was never the best Migos out of the group, while also claiming that he slept with Saweetie while she was dating the rapper.

What’s all that boss sh*t you talkin’? You ain’t no huncho, ni**a
You the weakest link out of your clique, let’s keep it a hundo, ni**a
You fu**ked my ex-ho*, that’s cool, I don’t give no f**k, lil’ nig**
‘Cause I f**ked your ex when you were still with her, bit**h, I’m up, lil’ ni**a

They say revenge is sweet, now think about that sh*t
Don’t let that line go over your head, I might just sing about that sh*t
I had her fiendin’ ’bout that d*ck, there’s somethin’ sweet about that sh*t
I got some tea up out that bi**h, but I ain’t gon’ speak about that sh*t.”

Saweetie seemingly responded to Brown’s bar on X claiming that she’d now be getting back in the booth to change some lyrics to her forthcoming song, “Nani.”

Elsewhere in “Weakest Link,” CB addresses the looming cloud that continues to hover over him regarding his 2009 assault of Rihanna. The “Sensational” singer even brings up Quavo’s own incident with the aforementioned Bay Area rapstress that was caught on camera in an elevator. Of all, what seems to have listeners debating if Breezy went too far, is a line about Quavo swapping places with his late nephew and Migos rapper, Takeoff.

Stop talkin’ ’bout beatin’ girls, you was beatin’ bi**hes on the elevator
We seen the tapes, that’s devastatin’
You doin’ bad, you a bi**h and your music trash
Fashion week, they sat me next to your lame a**, I was truly mad (What?)

R.I.P. Takeoff, he the only real one that got true respect
Crazy how when he died, everybody really wished it was you instead
‘You trippin’, Chris, don’t say that, don’t lose your head’
You done turned the big bad wolf on, these f*8k niggas never knew revenge
This what happens when a f**k ni**a push a real ni**a out to the edge

As they say, there’s truly no rules in rap beef, but the Takeoff line may have been a bit too much for some to stomach. Takeoff, né Kirsnick Khari Ball, was shot and killed in Houston in Nov. 2022 in front of Quavo outside of a Billiards and Bowling establishment.

“That Takeoff line is insane. Chris Brown really one of the craziest triple threats in music I’ve seen,” one person said on X.

Take a listen to “Weakest Link” below.

Quavo has yet to directly respond to Chris Brown’s latest diss track. However, Qua did post a viral screenshot of Young Thug in court to his Instagram Story on Saturday (April 20) after Brown dropped “Weakest Link.”

The repost is an image of Thugga staring straight into the camera, reminiscent of the gesture seen throughout the mockumentary sitcom, The Office.

As we await Qua’s next take, Chris Brown has already declared that the rapper “got bodied by a singing ni**a.”