Chris Brown Twitter Rants About Jackson Family Feud; Alleged Frank Ocean Gay Slur
The singer’s vacation in France certainly hasn’t mellowed his opinionated and outspoken nature that the world has either come to love or love to hate (or just hate).
The 23-year-old singer used the social media site Monday to dispute reports that he made a homophobic slur against fellow rapper Frank Ocean, as well as dish out some unsolicited advice to the Jackson family on how to handle the massive fight which has appeared to divide the clan.
After reports surfaced on the Internet accusing Brown of hurling a homophobic against openly bisexual hip hop star Frank Ocean Brown, the singer vehemently denied he had shouted the words “Man, no homo” when asked by photographers as he left Cannes nightclub, Gotha.
Originally reported by PRlog — which has now pulled the report from its site — the article said “The phrase ‘no homo’ has been immortalized in hip hop culture meaning a rejection of anything that could be deemed as homosexual”.
“Ur reaching wit this one!” Brown Tweeted on July 29.
This morning he sought to clarify further.
My Opinion on the whole Frank Ocean subject is ……… Love who u wanna love. It’s ur decision. People stop searching for BS.
— Chris Brown(@chrisbrown) July 30, 2012
Everyone is so quick to point the wrong fingers at each other! Ask urself… Am I Doing everything I can to help the world ???? — Chris Brown(@chrisbrown) July 30, 2012
No stranger to bad press himself, the “Turn Up the Music” singer also wasn’t shy about advising the Jacksons to quit airing their dirty laundry in public for the sake of Michael Jackson’s children — Prince Michael, 15, Paris, 14, and Blanket, 10.
“That Jackson family feud s**t gotta stop! Stop making y’all business public! Michael was under enough scrutiny,” Brown tweeted.
“Don’t put the kids through the bulls**t! Work y’all shit out as a family and stop giving them the pleasure of f**king wit y’all!”
The family feud was sparked after Michael Jackson’s sisters Janet and Rebbie, and brothers Tito, Randy and Jermaine, wrote a letter accusing the executors of Michael’s estate, John Branca and John McClain, of producing a fraudulent last Will on behalf of the late pop singer.
The fight has now escalated to a full blown custody dispute between Katherine Jackson, Michael’s mother, over his children.
Last month, following his now infamous nightclub brawl with Drake on July 14, Brown made a number of angry posts which then disappeared just hours after he sounds off.
When the fight festered inside New York City’s W.i.P. club, the former boyfriend of Rihanna, tweeted a photo of his cut chin — and slammed his sparring partner in the process.
“Ok! N****s stand behind security!!!! Ok! U don’t pay them enough!” Brown tweeted.