Taken from Daily Mail:

It started with a post on social media and ended with a post on social media.

Chris Brown has moved to squash the drama between him and Tyson Beckford after the pair spent most of the weekend threatening one another over Instagram and Twitter.

On Tuesday, the 26-year-old said he was wrong to have gotten angry at the older model for posting a picture with the hitmaker’s former girlfriend Karrueche Tran.

In a rare move for the Loyal singer, Chris admitted things had gone too far.

The star posted on Twitter: ‘No drama! People are really starting to make this s**t an issue.

He ended by saying: ‘I can be a man about it.’

The singer’s statements come after a weekend of escalating tensions between him and the 44-year-old model in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Throughout Sunday the two men exchanged thinly veiled references to each other on social media.

Problems between the two appear to have stemmed from a selfie Tyson took on Saturday of him posing with Chris’ ex Karrueche Tran.

Karrueche, who split with Chris after it was revealed he had fathered a child with another woman during their relationship, was in Las Vegas at the same time as former runway model Tyson.

The handsome man shared his selfie with the young model with the caption: ‘Saturday with @Karrueche #vegas #palms #blasian’.

The following day, Chris tweeted (it has since been deleted): ‘Be in Vegas soon. Keep playing ima f*** ya baby momma and then whoop yo child like he mine.’

The Fine China singer included another note on his Twitter feed (which has also been subsequently deleted): ‘U wanna keep walking them runways. I need ta legs for that. Keep playing like I ain’t wit the bulls**t’.

Then a few hours later, in an apparent response, Tyson, 44, shared a video on his Instagram account of himself shooting an AR15 (a high powered assault rifle) with the caption, ‘Just in case you forgot!’

Then, as if goading Chris, wrote on twitter: ‘@officialchrisbrown it’s all about fun in vegas. Come thru papa.’

Read more over at Daily Mail.

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