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12-year-old accuses Chris Brown of stealing his song

ACCUSATIONS: Chris Brown finds himself in the centre of controversy once again

A 12-YEAR-OLD rapper has accused singer Chris Brown and Young Money rapper Tyga of stealing his song.

Young Vishis claims that the pair’s new Snapbacks Back song, which is remix of rapper Meek Mill’s Tupac Back, belongs to him.

It is alleged that Young Vishis dad, Durvel Wilson Sr., posted his son’s version of the song on Young Money president Mack Maine’s Facebook page, but his message was ignored and the post removed.

Wilson told "That's straight wrong, they stealing songs from a 12-year-old who takes the time to write his own material and promote himself.”

He added: “What he didn't remember, though, is that my page will still say that I added a link to his page that day. So it was a dumb move removing it.”

Neither Chris Brown nor Tyga have commented on the accusations.

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