"I won't pull the cover over your eyes and be politically correct. That's not me, HATE IT OR LOVE IT. When I turn my phone off NO ONE MATTERS," He wrote. "I have no filter nor will I care or tone it down when people drop my name in something. Don't wanna see it, simply exit out of your device."
Uhhh. Yeah, that's always the excuse. Saying something hateful all under the veil of trying to not be "politically correct." Nice try.
PREVIOUS: When in doubt, start gunning for someone’s appearance. That’s at least what Chris Brown’s strategy looks to be. After a rift between him and Tinashe broke out, Breezy decided to take the petty route.
It all started when Tinashe unfollowed CB on Twitter after he questioned the authenticity and motive of Kehlani’s apparent suicide attempt. That prompted him to respond to the songstress, among others, with the message “Notice that I’m not the one asking to get on anyone’s record, this is them thinking they are standing up for something.”
Well, this didn’t sit too well with Tinashe who in an interview with 06KMEL’s Shay Diddy shortly afterward explained what happened and felt it was a misunderstanding. “I felt like it was just so unnecessary," she said. "I just think it's silly. Petty... It's not even worth it, it’s not a big deal to me. I don’t think that follows on Twitter are a big deal. If I see him, I would love to speak to him. I would love if he would reach out. I have absolutely nothing against him. We’re on good terms, as far as I knew.”
This wasn’t good enough for Chris Brown, who is known for blowing up at the slightest of infractions (or ones that’re even imaginary). While getting his Instagram creep on, he spotted a Tinashe interview post on Baller Alert, and thought it was a good idea to clap back at someone not clapping at him in the first place.
“I hope she talked about 'HER' career for most of this interview 'WHOISHAE' TINASHAE,” he wrote in the comments. “I hope they rehearsing for those performance (power 106 charity basketball game halftime show) give her credit though, 30 16 year old hobbit face ass. WE WANT MUSIC, WE WANT MUSIC, WE WANT MUSIC!! TEACH ME HOW TO JERK FACE ASS.”
Whatever dude. Don’t be surprised if Tinashe removes her collaborative song “Player” with Brown from her album.
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