Chris Brown does not want to be the media’s poster child for drama or mental illness. After REVOLT was caught attempting to add CB’s name into the discussion about artists who lead a troubled personal life, the R&B crooner couldn’t help but call the company out.
REVOLT initially posted an old photo of Brown posing with Tyrese. In the caption, the media site posed the question: “Do you think great music should overshadow the personal troubles of music artists?” Not amused by the use of his photo, Chris quickly responded in the comments. “Da f**k ya’ll use me for,” he wrote.
Obviously, fans could see what REVOLT was trying to do. Chris Brown’s career has notoriously been plagued by various scandals, from abuse to drug allegations and more. Likewise, Tyrese’s personal drama has recently made headlines after he was accused of physically abusing his daughter. His situation became even more magnified when the Fast & Furious star posted a series of videos in which he was frantically crying and screaming for his “millionaire and billionaire friends” to help him get his daughter back. He also penned a lengthy post on social media, accusing The Rock of being responsible for him not being able to see his daughter.
We can all agree, both Chris Brown and Tyrese have had issues over the years – some more recent than others. Even so, it makes sense why Breezy would like to separate himself from any current drama. The singer recently dropped his 45-track album, Heartbreak on a Full Moon, on Halloween (Oct. 31). So for once, he probably just wants everyone to focus on the music and leave him out of anything else.