Chris Brown is known for speaking his mind, especially on Twitter, but he also knows when to draw the line.
According to TMZ, Brown was accused of making a pass at a woman at the Lasio Professional Hair Care suite Grammy gift lounge on Feb. 10 by dropping the line, "Can I get your number? I promise I won't beat you."
However, as Brown shares, domestic violence is one of those topics he feels is off limits. "That is absurd and absolutely not true. I did not say that nor would I joke about that," he said in a statement to TMZ.
Though Brown delivered an electric performance in his return to the Grammy stage for the first time since the infamous assault on then girlfriend Rihanna in 2009, he has received much heat from people who thought his involvement in the show sent the wrong message.
Country singer Miranda Lambert fired shots at Brown on Monday night [Feb. 13] when she questioned whether or not Brown deserved any awards or even be allowed to be present at the Grammys.
"How dang long did they give Nicki Minaj to do whatever that was? Strange. And Chris Brown twice? I don't get it. He beat on a girl…" Lambert tweeted.
Brown later responded with a general tweet "HATE ALL U WANT BECUZ I GOT A GRAMMY Now That's the ultimate F--- OFF!," which he immediately deleted.
Lambert may not be over the infamous 2009 attack but it seems like Rih Rih is. Breezy was spotted at the "Talk That Talk" singer's 24th birthday party, just days after the three-year anniversary of the pre-Grammy attack.
According to TMZ, Brown not only attended the party on Monday night in Beverly Hills but was also spotted talking to and holding hands with Rihanna. The sighting adds fuel to the fire of another rumor — that Brown will be the feature on the remix of Rihanna's single "Birthday Cake."
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