Bobby Brown is still unimpressed with Kanye West. When he was asked about the producer, the singer responded calmly. He denied communicating with Kanye or even Pusha T about the cover art for Daytona.

"Ignorant people are ignorant people, and they’re going to be that way until they find themselves." 

One of his comments came as a friendly warning. Still, he has no confrontational intentions.

"We expect this disrespectful stuff from Kanye anyway. He's not gonna change, you know. As long as he stays clear from me, he'll be safe, he'll be okay."

"If God plans for us meet, then that's God's plan. Other than that, he's off my radar."

Brown had already expressed his discontentment with Kanye in May. He called the decision to licence the infamous picture for $85 000 "disgusting."

"That’s in really bad taste," he said in May. "Something should happen to Kanye. He’s already crazy."

The entertainer in focused on the positivity in his life. One of the ways he's doing so is by touring with his music. He is also taking the narrative of his life in his hands through a biopic called The Bobby Brown Story.

"It's not about me and Whitney or me and anyone. It's about me. It's about my life."