Chris Brown's Most Outrageous Twitter Rants: The Lost Files
When violence broke out between Chris Brown and Drake’s entourages, the controversial rapper was quick to take to twitter about the incident – and even quicker to delete the messages afterwards.
The "Turn Up the Music" singer, 23, is fast becoming known as the regretful tweeter after numerous angry posts have disappeared just hours after he sounds off.
When the fight festered inside New York City’s W.i.P. club Thursday morning, the former boyfriend of Rihanna tweeted a photo of his cut chin -- and slammed his sparring partner in the process.
So what did he write before it became another lost tweet of Chris Brown?
Posted along with a picture of a slash across his chin Brown slammed Drake.
“Ok! N****s stand behind security!!!! Ok! U don’t pay them enough!” Brown tweeted.
But then, when Brown had a change of heart, he deleted the post and even his fans got angry, telling the Grammy award winner to stand by his tweets.
“I'm gon need you to be bold grow some balls and KEEP THEM TWEETS @chrisbrown , stop deleting s**t Chris !” one tweeted.
Thursday’s early morning tweets are just two of Brown’s lost tweets.
When Brown won a Grammy in February – three years after he physically assaulted then girlfriend Rihanna – he took to Twitter in an expletive filled rant.
“HATE ALL U WANT BECUZ I GOT A GRAMMY Now! That's the ultimate F**OFF!" he tweeted before waking up the next day and deleting it.
In 2009 the 23-year-old even deleted his Twitter after accusing Wal-Mart stores of "blackballing" his album, "Graffiti".
The rant followed his arrest for assaulting Rihanna and when it gained media attention, Brown panicked deleted his whole account.
"I WANNA THANK MY FANS FOR ALL THE SUPPORT," said Brown's final tweet.
"I LOVE YALL. GOODBYE!!!!!!!!!!!!"
While he set up his account again not longer after, his rants have lost him followers including his famous ex RihRih who deleted him earlier this year.
So should Chris Brown stand by his tweets or should he kick himself off Twitter for good?