Ciara sparks outrage with 'toxic' new song: 'This is unfollow worthy'

Ciara has come under fire from some furious fans after announcing an upcoming collaboration with Chris Brown.

The singer, 37, announced the news on her social media on Wednesday, simply writing: ‘CiCi X Breezy. How We Roll 8/4.’

Alongside sharing a pre-save link next to the song’s release date of Friday, she posted a snippet of the track itself, in which you can hear just her singing, alongside a clip of her and Chris together.

Dressed in a white sweater with print on the sleeves and a graphic design on the front, Ciara has a pair of shades on – as well as plentiful gold chains – as the pair pose for photography.

Chris, meanwhile, has his hands in his pocket and his head resting on the star’s shoulder, keeping a straight face for the pictures until he beams widely at the end of the clip.

However, many fans online were not at all happy about Ciara’s decision to work with the 34-year-old, branding him ‘toxic’.

In May it was reported that the Forever singer could face arrest if he returns to the UK again following an alleged assault.

The US music star was accused earlier this year of smashing a glass bottle over the head of a music producer at London nightclub Tape.

Back in February, Brown allegedly hit the individual – who wished to remain nameless – before he was kicked and punched laying on the floor. 

The producer reportedly needed medical attention at the hospital and was discharged with a pair of crutches.

Now, it has been reported that Chris assured police he would cooperate with their investigation and submit himself for questioning after his UK tour ended.

However, his shows concluded on March 29, with The Sun claiming he left immediately afterwards for the States.

The singer is said to be well aware of the situation and what awaits him when he does venture back across the pond.

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