Chris Brown Sparks Controversy Over Rihanna Twitter Tirade; Leaked Sex Tape Reports
Just two days prior to his scheduled American Music Awards appearance, the singer temporarily deleted his account after unleashing a profanity-laced rampage on his 5.7 million followers.
Chris Brown is at it again.
The notoriously outspoken R&B singer unleashed a profanity-laced Twitter tirade on Thursday, Nov. 17, addressing criticism -- yet again -- dating back to his 2009 assault on then-girlfriend Rihanna.
Following the rant, Brown deleted his entire timeline. Find the comments [sic] in question below, via MTV RapFix:
“Don't say sh-- to anybody and everyone feels its cool to attack me. GROWN ADULTS!!!! That sh-- happened three years ago. TWITTER GETS WACK REAL FAST! I LOVE ALL THE POEPLE WHO SUPPORT MY MUSIC! i never said i was a LEGEND. people please grow up. Ive never dealt with so much negativity in my life! its to the point now that its just ridiculous! IM NOT A POLITICIAN! MY MUSIC DOESNT PROMOTE VIOLENCE nor will it ever! only thing it will increase is the pregnacy rate! I wake up thinking of living my life..... YOU wake up thinking of me! NOW I REALLY CANT WAIT FOR THE AMA's! u dont have to respect me now... but u will."
He added, “I know a lot of you wack ass (OLD) celebrities probably wanna f--- my ex, but talking sh-t on me wont get you far! and to be REALLY HONEST, ya'll wonder why ni--- spazzes all the time?”
The exchange is hardly Brown's first with Twitter "haters." He previously engaged in a war of words with former B2K singer RazB, as well as Odd Future's Frank Ocean. The singer also trashed a Good Morning America dressing room in March, after Robin Roberts pressed him with questions regarding the assault.
Hot on the heels of his latest outburst come reports of an alleged sex tape involving Brown and Vh1's Basketball Wives LA star Draya Michele. Coincidentally, Michele also claims to have "a million haters" on her show biography.
Brown is slated to perform at the American Music Awards, airing live on ABC Sunday Nov. 21 at 8 pm ET/PT.
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