Chris Brown finds himself accused of stealing a street artist's tag. TMZ reports that graffiti artist Konfused is suing Brown for the use of the similar Konfuzed tag.

Andre Khazrei says he's been working as Konfused since 2003. Khazrei also asserts that he owns the trademark for t-shirts and other types of merchandise. But now, he alleges that Chris Brown's Konfuzed clothing line is a rip-off and causing confusion in the marketplace.

The lawsuit claims to have a smoking gun of sorts through a mistake made by Chris Brown. The singer apparently signed a painting at the Grammy Museum with Konfused. Brown used an "s" instead of a "z" when he signed the painting.

Andre Khazrei is suing Chris Brown for damages and to prevent the singer from ever using the Konfused tag again.

It sure seems like Chris Brown cannot stay out of controversy either. The singer recently criticized Kehlani for her suicide attempt. This prompted many people, including Tinashe, to unfollow Brown. He would react to that on Instagram by saying, "Notice that I’m not the one asking to get on anyone’s record, this is them thinking they are standing up for something."

Tinashe would address this in a new interview with 106 KMEL’s Shay Diddy.

"I just kinda laughed it off. I felt like it was just so unnecessary,” she said. “It’s not a big deal to me. I don’t think that follows on Twitter are a big deal. If I see him, I would love to speak to him. I would love if he would reach out. I have absolutely nothing against him. We’re on good terms, as far as I knew."

You can check out the entire interview with Tinashe here.

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