Chris Brown Explodes On Everyone: “Most Of The Rap N*ggas Make Me Sick! I Don’t Give A F**k No More”

Chris Brown Explodes On Everyone: “Most Of The Rap N*ggas Make Me Sick! I Don’t Give A F**k No More”

R&B singer Chris Brown may be in need of a hug or a serious one-on-one chat with a psychiatrist after going on a memorable rant late last night and into early morning Friday (August 23).

Chris hopped onto his Twitter page and appeared to take aim at hip-hop artists.

“Most of the rap n*ggas make me sick! All political! It’s hip hop. All that gangsta sh*t y’all talk in y’all records… Boof!,” Chris tweeted August 22.

“Grow some balls and y’all not being fashionable wit y’all grandmother’s curtains on. Any problems… See my “by myself””

“I don’t give a f*ck no more. My hands work just fine!” (Chris Brown’s Twitter)

Breezy then proceeded to elevate his issues to the legal system.

“N*gga done 6 months community service wit police and the DA racist a** crying to the judge that I didn’t do it. F*ck the SYSTEM!,” he added.

“How about y’all take care of all the homeless kids and families on skid row. Promote helping people that are really f*cked up in your city!”

“Family first! The LAW…last”

“I paint pics of monsters because its a reflection of u b*tcha** n*ggas and this b*tcha** system!”

“I ain’t gotta @ no niggas. If u feel offended… F*ck u.” (Chris Brown’s Twitter)

Brown most recently appeared in court last week and received ample hours of community service to fulfill.

A week after Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge James Brandlin signed off on an order of 1,000 additional hours of community labor as a condition of re-instating Chris Brown’s probation, the singer went on a fiery Twitter rant against the legal system. Brown was back in court last Friday when Brandlin reinstated the singer’s probation from the 2009 incident under its originalterms and conditions, including the additional 1,000 hours of community labor, which was agreed to by Brown’s camp and prosecutors, according to CNN. The reinstatement of the probation came after hit-and-run charges against Brownwere dropped. (MTV)

Details on what types of community service the R&B hitmaker will have to perform also surfaced last week.

He was ordered to perform labor such as highway work and graffiti removal. Brown has been dealing with a series of legal problems since 2009, when he was arrested for assaulting then-girlfriend Rihanna and was first placed on probation. He has had subsequent run-ins with the law since then, for assault and traffic accidents. (USA Today)

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