Chris Brown has had a busy week - from an argument with his bodyguard to publicly dissing Drake - the man is all conflict lately.
Chris Brown is at it again.
Well, actually, we can’t really recall a time when he hasn’t been, but the man’s got an image to maintain after all. And he’s certainly done that this week – after kicking his bodyguard (pardon, “security guard”) off his private jet in Bermuda, getting into a heated argument with a parking lot valet in California (over the grand total sum of five dollars apparently) and performing an impromptu (unsolicited) gig at Emerson Theatre, the rapper/singer/overall menace to society reportedly concluded his big week by hurling some verbal abuse at fellow artist Drake. Apparently, when Drake’s song Started from the Bottom started playing, Brown had some things to say – and he did so loud and clear, to the entire venue. "The DJ can play this sh--, but I want you all to know, f--- Drake!", the singer shouted out to everyone present.
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Of course, the two celebrities have an ongoing feud (although who can really keep track of these things lately). The whole thing started last summer when the two got into a scuffle at an NY nightclub, reportedly over Rihanna. The Caribbean beauty is now notoriously dating Chris Brown, so the lesson we can all take from this would be: violence is the way to go? That or Chris Brown really does have some insane improv skills. For now though, he’s only using them to cause trouble.
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