Chris Brown has dealt with a lot of rumors about his personal life, most of which revolve around his ex Rihanna. But when a former B2K member's book excerpts hit the web, rumors of Breezy's amorous involvements got more scandalous than ever.

Raz B "outed" several hip-hop stars as homosexuals in his upcoming book, 'This Boy's Life,' including Brown, Ray-J, Bow Wow and his B2K bandmate Omarion, though it remains to be seen whether any of these allegations have even a grain of truth to them. Raz also claimed that Breezy and Lil Wayne had substance abuse problems.

For his part, Brown is keeping cool and denying it -- through his attorneys.

Digital Spy reports that Brown responded to the allegations via Twitter (really, where else?), writing, "Lying about somebody in a book is called defamation of character. Keep feeding people bulls--- and ima end up owning you and that book! RAZ B! God bless... My lawyers are handling it! Lol ima chill!" Though Breezy deleted the posts almost immediately after writing them, several fans already screen capped and reposted the messages. Nothing is ever really gone from the Interwebs.

Whether or not the rumors are true, it's still wrong for Raz B to out anyone else's personal life. If he really felt the need to voice his opinions on the romantic lives of other artists, the very least he could have done was given them pseudonyms. Not cool -- and likely, if the rumors are false, not legally sound. Considering how much legal drama he's dealt with on his own, it's a smart move by Breezy!