Chris Brown accused singer Kehlani of faking a suicide attempt in order to get sympathy on social media.

A day after R&B singer Kehlani wrote of her suicide attempt on Instagram, fellow musician Chris Brown labeled it a ploy to garner sympathetic comments.

Brown appeared to be responding to social rumors swirled on social media that Kehlani had cheated on his pal, Cleveland Cavaliers player Kyrie Irving, with her ex-boyfriend, rapper PartyNextDoor.

In her deleted Instagram post, Kehlani insisted that she and Irving were already broken up before she reunited with PartyNextDoor: “I am severely utterly in love with my first love. Went thru a bad breakup and ended up easing into a relationship with a man who was one of my best friend [Irving]. Tho we realized we both weren’t exactly at a time w we were prepared to do so. No, I’m not a cheater … I’m a believer in following your heart and not lying to yourself.”

Kehlani, seen at the 2016 Grammys, was hospitalized following a suicide attempt.

He says anyone who claims to have considered suicide should be believed and treated sympathetically on social media – as some, such as Questlove, Nick Cannon and Keyshia Cole – have done, in contrast to Brown.

Representatives for Kehlani declined USA TODAY’s request for comment; Chris Brown’s publicity team has yet to respond.

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