Chris Brown Addresses Rihanna Assault, Tells Haters They ‘Will Respect’ Him
Chris Brown has had enough of the hateful remarks that people make towards him concerning his assault on Rihanna in 2009. The ‘Look at Me Now’ hitmaker recently posted some comments on his Twitter account saying that the haters need to “grow up” and that they “will respect” him some day.
According to Digital Spy, Brown went on a curse-laden rant over Twitter about the Rihanna controversy that occurred before the Grammys a couple of years ago. Although most of the tweets have since been deleted, Digital Spy was able to copy them before they were expunged from Brown’s Twitter feed.
“Don’t say s—t to anybody and everyone feels its cool to attack me. GROWN ADULTS!!!! That s—t happened three years ago,” Brown wrote. The singer later tweeted: “I know a lot of you wack a— (OLD) celebrities probably wanna f—k my ex, but talking s—t on me wont get you far! and to be REALLY HONEST, ya’ll wonder why n—-er spazzes all the time?”
Oh, but the rant didn’t stop there. Brown continued, “TWITTER GETS WACK REAL FAST… People please grow up. I’ve never dealt with so much negativity in my life! It’s to the point now that it’s just ridiculous! I’M NOT A POLITICIAN! MY MUSIC DOESNT PROMOTE VIOLENCE nor will it ever! Only thing it will increase is the pregnancy rate!
After he posted the fiery comments, Brown seemed to calm down a bit. He finished up his argument by saying, “I wake up thinking of living my life….. YOU wake up thinking of me…U dont have to respect me now… but u will.” Those are some powerful words, Breezy.
Even though Rihanna has made her peace with Brown, her fans don’t seem to be nearly as forgiving. What do you think? Do you think it’s fair that people still have negative things to say about Brown, or do you think people need to move on from the incident?