A representative for disgraced singer Chris Brown has dismissed reports the star leaked a new song about his ex Rihanna just days after he pleaded guilty to assaulting the UMBRELLA hitmaker.
Internet gossips were sent into a spin when a new set of tunes recorded by Brown appeared online - with one of the tracks, Not My Fault, apparently hinting at the row on the eve of the Grammy Awards in February (09) which left the Bajan beauty battered and bruised.
In the song, Brown is heard singing, "Shorty is caught up, from a long night. She's ready to fall, but see, it's all right ... That's not my fault, right?"
However, a spokesperson for Brown's label, Jive Records, has slammed reports the songs were recorded around the time of the attack or following the court case on 22 June (09) - insisting they are old demos.
In a statement, the rep explains, "Countering misleading reports of 'new' Chris Brown music: there are no 'new' songs from Chris Brown currently being promoted by Chris or his record label.
"There are several old demos circulating that are being falsely promoted as new material from Chris."
The Kiss Kiss singer was ordered to stay at least 50 yards away from Rihanna, serve six months of hard labour in his home state of Virginia and complete five years supervised probation for felony assault.