The primary target of Chris Brown's latest expletive-filled rant on Instagram, Adrienne Bailon is taking to the social media site to set the record straight.
Chris Brown RIPPED Adrienne Bailon and Tamar Braxton on Instagram last night following their commentary on The Real about Chris and his girlfriend.
Tamar Braxton fired back at Brown with an epic rant after that, defending herself and denying any feud existed, but calling him immature and disrespectful.
Now Bailon is addressing the incident by responding to one follower who asked why she weighed in on Chris' romance with on-off girlfriend Karrueche Tran.
"Who said anything bad about her?" Bailton said, explaining the debate.
"I actually know her," she said of Karrueche. "We're cool. The conversation was generally speaking of anyone who may 'possibly' be in a bad relationship."
"Please don't start drama that doesn't EXIST. If she's happy… so am I."
Bailon first speculated whether Tran was surrounded by quality friends who could express concern about her on-again, off-again relationship with Brown.
She and Braxton also mused that perhaps Karrueche - or some women in general - put up with a lot of things because they get money and fame out of it.
Bailon also defended herself from Brown's attacks on her character and girl group roots, to which the former Cheetah Girls member clearly took offense:
"I certainly STARTED my career in a multi platinum singing group. Get your facts straight. You don't need to freeload when you have your own Barbie. God bless."
Braxton has attempted to bury the hatchet somewhat, but neither Brown nor Bailon apologized for the blowup on Tuesday. In fact, Chris is still going at it.
"Yesterday's roast was amusing to some and disrespectful to others," the 25-year-old wrote, slightly more calmly than his insult-laden rant last night.
"I could've have been politically correct and went about the situation more civilized but I'm not fake nor do I need to ever comment on anyone's life."
I felt the need to say what I felt. It seems everyone can always have an opinion on 'CHRIS BROWN' and chime in whenever they want."
"The show was depicting relationships. They gave their views on my relationship by bashing my significant other for being with me publicly on national television."
"There are too many Pots calling the kettle black."
"I know that with me being a public figure and one of the best at what I do it's more of a story to talk about," Brown concluded in his latest Instagram update.
"It comes with the territory. Like I said before, I say what I feel and what I want especially if anyone has an opinion about me and mine. All in all the whole s--t was childish."
"Somedays I'll be cool and then other days ima roast ya ass."
"So this isn't an apology for yesterday. Just a reflection. People, live ya life, you'll mess around and go blind looking at me all the time."
Words to live by.