Chris Brown Has One Final Message About Song Lyric Controversy 'Stop Playing Like I'm Out Here Uncle
Chris Brown Has One Final Message About Song Lyric Controversy 'Stop Playing Like I'm Out Here Uncle Tomming & Discrediting Beauty'
Chris Brown has been fighting off critics of his new song lyrics all week. Now, he has one more message for anyone who has something to say about the phrase,
"Only wanna f*** the black b****es with the nice hair"
He wrote on his Instagram story,
"Don't let people twist their meanings when it's meant to show love... And a n***a ain't finna jump through hoops to satisfy anyones ego or movement!! I been a n***a all my life!!! Stop playing like I'm out here Uncle Tomming and discrediting beauty. This the last s*** Ima say on this weird a** forced topic!"
Meanwhile, it looks like he was enjoying his moment with famed director Michael Bay on a set with Drake.
It's possible they're shooting a video for their new collaboration, No Guidance.
Brown has been unbothered by the criticism from the beginning.
Earlier this week he wrote,
"Yall trippin trippin. Yall b****es dont wanna f*** da n***a wit da f***ed up teet do you?????!!!!! Only b****es upset is the uglies (not the black queens)"
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