Chris Brown performed an animated performance on his way home after dinner at Catch Steak in West Hollywood on Tuesday.
The singer recently slammed ‘evil’ Tinashe, 30, saying his colleague Player didn’t ‘calculate’ in 2015.
Still, despite their feud, the 34-year-old Grammy winner looked to be in good spirits while leaving the famous hotspot eatery.
Chris, who has been jailed three times, donned a pair of striking black and white printed trousers for the outing.
She paired the jeans with a £3,101 Vetements bomber jacket and a red Louis Vuitton crossbody bag.
Despite it being night, he was wearing dark sunglasses and a baseball cap.
Following Selena Gomez’s viral MTV VMAs mockery of him, Chris decided to take his anger out on R&B singer Tinashe, following her recent claims.
Tinashe blamed her ex-label RCA Records for making Chris a featured artist on her pop song, for which the pair filmed a steamy dance-driven music video directed by Emil Nava.
‘We all wanted it to be like a big moment, a big single. So I feel like in (RCA Records)’s mind, they were like, “You need support,” Tinashe (last name Kachingwe) recalled on the Zack Song Show last Tuesday.
‘And (Chris) was like their biggest artist on rhythmic radio at the time. And for me, I was like, “Okay, it’s a pop song. So I don’t really feel like we should include Chris on it. It doesn’t make sense to me.” but I do not know!’
The former child star, who appeared in his 2015 film R. Kelly is also ’embarrassed’ about the collaboration, saying: ‘It’s not totally bad, maybe it doesn’t totally make sense to me, but, you know, something like that. There is, like, commitment and, like, I’m just trying to figure out how to navigate that scenario.’
Earlier this month, Chris responded to the criticism via No Jumper’s Instagram account, commenting: ‘Name five Tinashe songs or die… everyone will die.’
The self-taught R&B artist, who has sold more than 217 million records worldwide, said: ‘She’s full of bad things. Shawty’s career is non-existent. What’s even more shameful is that he worked with all these people and none of us could save his career.
Chris was still angry on Sunday when he reposted two supportive Instagram stories of his friend, two-time Grammy nominee Joyner Lucas.
‘Any defamation of Chris Brown will not be tolerated. I’m talking about you guys who come on these podcasts and start blabbering my bullshit for no reason.
“N****s making faces and talking nonsense,” the Massachusetts-born 35-year-old said.
‘N**** have secret fans behind closed doors and listen to @chrisbrownofficial music as much as we do, but then go on a political hate campaign and take a position of bashing n**** Are.
‘SMH, these are the same people who advocate against bullying and appropriate behavior, but then want to shame Sab Bhai in front of the world.
‘I will no longer watch it fall and step in front of every bullet. IDGAF who you are or how many followers you have.
‘We don’t do that. Shout out to my brother for not losing his sanity at this point.
Chris pleaded guilty to felony assault in 2009 for beating nine-time Grammy winner Rihanna so badly that she had to be hospitalized.
Chris has struggled with addiction and suffers from bipolar II disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder, which was caused by domestic violence against his mother Joyce Hawkins by his stepfather when he was a child.
Brown is father to nine-year-old daughter Royalty with his Houston-based baby mama, Nia Guzman-Ami.
The heavily tattooed hip-hop star is set to release his 11th studio album, 11:11, which will feature 11 tracks, on November 11.