There was a little Chris Brown controversy this week, and its all because of a Twitter argument with former B2K singer, Raz B.
On Wednesday (December 29), Raz fired off a series of tweets (@RazB), in which he revealed his attraction towards Brown’s ex-girlfriend Rihanna — saying things like he’d hold her “like a pillow”, and that he fell in love after seeing the video to her single “Rude Boy.”
However, things heated up when the singer posted a comment directly aimed at the “Deuces” hit-maker: “Im just sittin here Thinking how can n****s like @ebenet & @ChrisBrown disrespect women as Intelligent as @HalleBerry11 @Rihanna” Raz wrote.
After that, Brown let loose on his Twitter account, unleashing a barrage of responses, some seemingly offensive to the gay community.
“@razb2k n**** you want attention! Grow up n****!!! D*** in da booty ass lil boy,” Brown wrote (@ChrisBrown). “Tell me this @razb2k!! Why when the money was coming in u won’t complaining about getting butplugged! #homothug!!!”
Refusing to delete his comments, Brown followed by denying that he is “homophobic”, explaining that Raz is “just disrespectful,” and continued his verbal attack on Raz by poking fun at his music career in recent years.
After some backlash from the gay community, Brown manned up, releasing a statement to TMZ, apologizing for what was written on Twitter.
“Yesterday was an unfortunate lack in judgment sparked by public Twitter attacks from Raz B, who was bent on getting attention. Words cannot begin to express how sorry and frustrated I am over what transpired publicly on Twitter,” Brown told the site. “I have learned over the past few years to not condone or represent acts of violence against anyone. Molestation and victims of such acts are not to be taken lightly; and for my comments I apologize — from the bottom of my heart.”
Raz followed with his own apology, saying his comments were out of anger.
“I want to publicly apologize for my direct attacks done out of anger,” he said. “This is now about taking the right approach, so not only my story can be heard, but so someone learns something valuable.”