Chris Brown decided to answer a question that nobody expected him to address, by sharing his thoughts on Ebola with the Twitter-sphere.

Sounding somewhat like a full-fledged conspiracy theorist complete with tinfoil hat and steel bunker, Chris thinks that the deadly virus is not, in fact, natural but has instead been manufactured in an attempt to decrease the Earth's current population. Who exactly Chris believes is behind this scheme has yet to be named.

The lethal virus has been in the news more than ever lately as numbers of its victims in West Africa continue to rise, currently surpassing the 4,000 mark. Fortunately, there have only been two cases of Ebola originating in the United States (where Chris currently lives), so his theory seems to make little sense. Considering there is reportedly no cure for Ebola other than to wait it out and hope for the best, it is highly unlikely any authority figure or sane human in general would encourage the spread of a virus that it is incapable of controlling, but what do we know?

Soon after making public his controversial beliefs, he sent out another tweet -- presumably because the first one might not have gone over so well with his followers:

Maybe his next tweets will be about the reptilian humanoids supposedly running our government.

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