You guys, we’re starting to think Chris Brown may have an anger problem.
No, really. We think this really could be the case.
Just consider the way in which Brown absolutely WENT OFF on Offset this week…
Fresh off an allegation of rape, the singer blasted Cardi B’s husband after Offset stood up for his troubled friend, 21 Savage.
And we mean blasted.
Allow us to explain what happened, okay?
Last Sunday morning, 21 Savage was detained by ICE and threatened with deportation.
Targeted as part of a raid, rapper really may be kicked out of the United States due to a visa issue and forced to return to the United Kingdom.
It’s a pretty sensitive issue… that Brown made fun of by sharing footage in which someone with a British accent does a voiceover against the backdrop of an Offset music video.
"CMON FAM, STOP PLAYING WIT DA MANS DEM," Brown wrote as a caption.
Replied Offset, who released a collaborative album with 21 Savage in 2017, "Memes ain’t funny lame."
And that was enough to trigger Brown. Big time.
YOU LIL BOY. BETTER WORRY ABOUT WHAT U GOT GOING AND FOCUS ON "YOU," Brown wrote to Offset, adding in even more anger:
All this call on IG IS WHAT’S LAME. YO ENERGY WONT LIKE THAT WHEN I CAME TO THE DRAKE SHOW IN LA… IF U DONT GET YO A HIOP A HOP A HIBBET A BIBBET TO THE HIP HIP HOP AND YA DONT STOP THE ROCKIN FACEASS… OUT TO MY COMMENTS.
Brown wasn’t finished throwing his tempter tantrum, either.
He concluded as follows:
SENSITIVE ASS N-GGA. CALL ME PERSONALLY. U WANT SOME CLOUT WHEN ALL YOU GOTTA DO IS PULI UP. No camera no flexing and all at! IF YOU A REAL MAN FIGHT ME.
Oh and another thing, SUCK MY DICK!!!
Offset did eventually reply to Brown’s message on his Instagram Stories writing, “Coke head don’t want [smoke emoji].”
He then deleted this message.
Offset’s defense of 21 Savage comes after Cardi B, with whom he recently reconciled, called out conservative
moron pundit Tomi Lahren on Twitter after she Tweeted about 21 Savage’s arrest.
“I got one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight ICE agents ready to deport ya,” Lahren wrote in reference to the lyrics of 21 Savage’s song “Bank Account.”
“Don’t make me get my leash,” Cardi wrote back, referring to a previous viral Tweet where she told Lahren that she would “dog walk” her.
Meanwhile in a statement released Tuesday, 21 Savage’s attorneys addressed the claims that the artist overstayed his visa, along with the fan speculation that he was targeted due to a recent anti-ICE rap.
This statement reads as follows…
Many have speculated as to possible ulterior motives for his arrest and detention, including that he released music five days prior to his arrest by ICE, which included new lyrics condemning the behavior of immigration officials for their detention of children at the border.
Mr. Abraham-Joseph was born in the United Kingdom. Mr. Abraham-Joseph arrived legally in the United States at the age of 7.
He remained in the United States until 2005, when he departed for approximately one month to visit the United Kingdom. He returned to the United States under a valid H-4 visa on July 22, 2005.
Mr. Abraham-Joseph has been continuously physically present in the United States for almost 20 years, except for a brief visit abroad. Unfortunately, in 2006 Mr. Abraham-Joseph’s legal status expired through no fault of his own
ICE provided incorrect information to the press when it claimed he had a criminal conviction.