Chris Brown has called Aziz Ansari "Aladdin" after the comedian likened him to the new US President Donald Trump on 'Saturday Night Live'.
The 27-year-old musician has taken exception to Aziz's recent monologue on the comedy show, in which he compared people who listen to Chris' music to Trump supporters.
The 'Master of None' creator joked: "I'm sure there's a lot of people that voted for Trump the same way a lot of people listen to the music of Chris Brown, where it's like, 'Hey, man! I'm just here for the tunes. I'm just here for the tunes. I don't know about that other stuff. I just like the dancing and the music. I don't condone the extra-curriculars.'"
Aziz then quipped that Trump's election slogan is similar to the hook from Chris' chart-topping single 'Loyal'.
He said: "If you think about it, Donald Trump is basically the Chris Brown of politics, and 'Make America Great Again' is his 'These hoes ain't loyal."
But Chris has hit back at the comedian, writing alongside a re-post of The Shade Room's video of Aziz's joke: "F**K NO!!!!!! Somebody tell ALADDIN HOP OFF MY D**K! (sic)"
Chris also hit out at Aziz - whose parents are from India - in a now-deleted video about the 33-year-old star.
In the brief clip, he moaned: "I can't f**king catch a break. This n***a said, 'Donald Trump is the Chris Brown of politics.' I swear I'm moving, gettin' the f**k outta here. Don't f**kin' trust what you see. Even salt look like sugar."
Meanwhile, Chris is currently preparing for his much-hyped boxing match against his hip-hop rival Soulja Boy.
The duo have agreed to face each other in a ring after they became embroiled in a row over social media when Soulja Boy liked a picture of Chris' ex-lover Karrueche Tran.