Chris Brown has something to say and he's doing it with an intimidating new tattoo.
The multi-hyphenate star whose body was already filled with ink, just got the bold tattoo added to his neck.
Tattoo artist Peter Koskela tweeted pictures of the 23-year-old star getting inked on Friday night at Black Banditz on L.A.'s trendy Melrose Avenue.
Getting inked: A tattoo artist tweeted this picture of himself working on Chris Brown's neck on Friday night in Los Angeles
The photos show the tattoo artist working on the left side of Chris's neck. Koskela dished on the process via Twitter writing: 'After a 5 hour neck tattoo session with @chrisbrownofficial @ChrisBrown Dude sat like a champ.'
According to TMZ, the new ink shows 'an Indian chief transforming into a wolf.'
Perhaps it is an attempt to intimidate Chris's detractors, particularly Canadian rapper Drake.
From the sound of things, Brown is adding fuel to his dispute with Drake that erupted into a nightclub brawl on 14 June in New York City.
Intimidating ink: Brown's new tattoo is said to show an Indian chief turning into a wolf
Brown appears on a newly released song that includes a verse tearing into his hip-hop adversary.
Long Beach, California DJ Orator remixed the single called I Don't Like and posted it on his website - djorator.com.
The song, which can best be described as vulgar, features rappers The Game, Kanye West, Jadakiss and Big Sean along with a freestyle verse by Brown that seems to take direct aim at Drake.
Without mentioning the rapper by name, Chris's verse says 'They throwin’ bottles, I’m throwin’ models.'
The artist: Peter Koskela tweeted this snapshot of himself posing with Chris Brown once the tattoo was done
It goes on to question courage with the verse: 'This head up, my bread up, one on one, what you scared, bruh? Matter fact, take care bruh...'
For those not in tune with the hip-hop world, Take Care is the title of Drake's latest CD.
Brown is scheduled to perform this evening in Los Angeles at the BET Awards.
It will be his first public appearance since the brawl between his entourage and Drake's.
Brown, his girlfriend, his bodyguard and NBA star Tony Parker were among eight people injured in the fight inside the W.i.P club in SoHo.
Mugging for the cameras: Chris and tattoo artist Peter Koskela posed for this provocative snapshot
Police say members of Drake's entourage stopped Brown as he was leaving the club. The fight escalated and bottles were thrown.
Parker is suing the New York City club to the tune of $20million.
Although she was not there at the time of the fight, Mr Parker's lawyer is placing some of the blame on pop singer Rihanna, who apparently was at the center of the fight between her two exes.