Chris Brown isn't sweating the battery allegations surrounding him.
The 32-year-old singer stepped out with his head held high and flashed a cocky grin while hitting the town with fellow rapper Tyga on Wednesday.
As Radar reported, Brown is currently being investigated by police after a woman claimed he smacked her so hard, he caused her weave to fall off.
The alleged incident went down at his Los Angeles home over the weekend.
Days later, Brown looked cool as a cucumber while strolling into a fashion show in Beverly Hills.
Wearing leather-like denim, the No Guidance singer paired his strange pants with a Saint Laurent t-shirt, and a preppy cardigan.
Stopping to show off his chains to the paparazzi, Brown flashed a peace sign and a smirk.
After the fashion show, Brown took to his Instagram Stories and wrote, "RHUDE show was dope!"
The singer's actions seem to indicate he's not worried about the current investigation.
According to reports, a woman called police from Brown’s home in the San Fernando Valley and claimed the singer slapped her.
She said Brown hit her so hard, her weave fell off.
Police took a battery report which named Brown as the suspect. Sources claimed the woman had no visible injuries and said her weave was “dislodged.”
The Go Crazy singer isn't just stepping out amid the allegations. He's also addressing them.
On Tuesday, Brown took to social media and indicated the reports aren't true.
"YALL SO DAMN," he posted on his Instagram Stories, adding a blue cap. The emoji is slang for "capping" -- aka lying -- and generally used for when you want to call someone out. He also added several laugh-crying emojis.
The latest alleged assault comes 12 years after he was arrested for beating his then-girlfriend, Rihanna.
Fans will recall the horrible night on February 8, 2009, when Brown punched the singer repeatedly in the face during an argument that took place in their car.
The horrific photos of Rihanna's injuries shocked the nation.
Brown was sentenced to five years probation and ordered to 1,4000 hours of hard labor.