Did Chris Brown Use a Gay Slur Against a Fan?
Trouble follows Chris Brown around like a puppy. So does Rihanna, but that’s a whole other story. Breezy is once again being accused of using a gay slur against a fan. A fan? That’s the worst person to insult when you are famous (and already have a bad reputation), but that’s what Breezy reportedly did. It’s worth noting that the details of this story make us take it with a grain of salt, even though the singer is known for his temper.
Perez Hilton reports that Lucas Peter was at the Arclight cinema in Hollywood when he happened upon Breezy and his crew. Peter approached Breezy to ask for an autograph, which was not met with a positive response.
“The movie let out and I saw Chris come out the front door, sort of semi-running. I approached Chris and asked him to sign my CD cover,” Peter said. We’re not sure why he was carrying the CD cover around with him, but hey, maybe he is a huge fan and keeps Breezy memorabilia on his person at all times. Or maybe he is fibbing when it comes to this story? Could be…
Peter, who is openly gay, continued, “His bodyguard stopped me and said Chris wouldn’t be signing, so I told him Rihanna signs all the time. That’s when Chris stopped in the garage by the parking pay stand and yelled ‘f—–‘ at me.”
We’re not sure how Breezy knew Peter was gay, unless, perhaps he was with his boyfriend at the time?
Peter didn’t back down from Brown, saying, “I walked over to where Chris was getting in the elevator and called him a ‘wife beater’ and asked him if he was going to beat Rihanna again. Chris said, ‘I beat p—-‘ and then his bodyguard tried to scare me by saying, ‘And I beat men.'”
Games, games, games.
It’s also worth noting that Rihanna and Chris Brown were not married, so the term “wife beater” is incorrect, although we understand the sentiment with which Peter said it.
We’re not sure that there is a lot of validity to this story, but with Breezy, you just never, ever know.
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