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15 November 2012, 09:27 | Updated: 15 November 2012, 09:57
The 'Turn Up The Music' singer says rumours of threats between the two stars are completely untrue.
Chris Brown has denied claims Jay-Z threatened to end his career if her ever hurt Rihanna again, insisting that their interaction is always "respectful".
Rumours were widespread last month that the Roc Nation boss took 'Beautiful People' singer Chris aside backstage after a gig at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York to warn the R&B star about hurting his protege, Rihanna.
However Chris has now opened up about the reported incident and insists they simply had a brief cordial conversation and that the alleged threats "never happened".
"It was cordial. It was real respectful," Chris revealed during an interview with US radio show Power 106 this week. "It was nothing like that. Me and him, it was like a green room [situation] and it was cool.
"People like to take it and run with it because they have nothing else," the R&B star explained, before admitting that people seem more willing to believe rumours about him than other pop stars.
"The funny thing is that with all these rumours and stuff, is that with other artists you'll hear thirty different rumours in a week and maybe one sticks," Chris explained. "Everything with me sticks, every believes everything that somebody says, so you don't know what to pick from!"
Check out a promotional picture for Chris Brown's new tour and album 'Carpe Diem' below (Credit: Instagram):
The 'Don't Wake Me Up' singer is set to kick off his European 'Carpe Diem' tour with a show in Oslo, Norway this coming weekend (17th November), ahead of returning with a brand new album of the same name sometime in 2013.