Rumors have swirled that Chris Brown's ex-girlfriend Karreuche Tran is dating rapper Kendrick Lamar, according to the Hollywood Life.
According to reports, Tran was backstage for Lamar's concert at Roseland Ballroom on Feb. 26, as more than just a fan of his music.
Tran was there to be Lamar's "stylist," but reports indicated that she was actually a personal guest of the The Recipe rapper.
The model/socialite uploaded a photo via Instagram and sent out tweets of total excitement during Lamar's concert.
"It's Kendrick Lamaaaaa," she tweeted on Feb. 26.
According to MediaTakeout, Lamar and Tran's relationship is just starting and the two have decided to take their romance slow.
Lamar's career has rose in the past year from a Los Angeles local rapper to being one of the most popular rappers in the music world. His debut album good kid, m.A.A.d city, earned all-around high reviews.
Lamar and Brown are reportedly good friends.
Last year, the Dont Judge Me singer broke up with Tran in a "break-up video" he released to the public. In the video, he asked himself, "Is there such thing as loving two people? I don't know if that's possible but for me I just feel like that." The video led to many reports that Brown left Tran to pursue a relationship with now- girlfriend, Rihanna.
Both Brown and Rihanna have admitted that they are happily in a relationship. Brown called his 2009 assault on Rihanna the "deepest regret" of his life and said that their recent reconciliation is because Rihanna "loves" and has "forgiven' him of his past.
At Elton John's Aids Foundation Oscars party after Sunday's Academy Awards, Brown told the U.K.'s Mirror, "Sometimes you fight with the one you love and things get said, stuff spirals."
The singer admitted that it took many months of "serious making up" to get back with Rihanna and said that he is a different man since the night where he left her bloodied and bruised.
Meanwhile, Tran who has said she's "learned to find happiness" in herself is reportedly moving on with Lamar.
"Living=happiness," she tweeted on Feb. 27.