R&B singer Chris Brown‘s affiliate Wackstar has come forward to deny hip-hop artist Game’s publicized accusation of him having something to do with Breezy’s home robbery earlier this year.
Wackstar denied the claim and explained why he could not have been behind the crime on social media last night (September 7).
Screenshots of Game’s dicey exchanged bubbled online Labor Day (September 7).
Although she did not name-drop Breezy or his aunt, Brown’s mom Joyce Hawkins appeared to send a warning shot to someone on Twitter after the robbery went down.
The robbery went down at Breezy’s Tarzana crib in California on July 15.
Brown’s aunt was home alone at the time, heard a commotion and went to the front door, police said. The perpetrators then proceeded to rob the home. LAPD Lt. Kirk Kelley later said it was not clear how the robbers got inside the home. Unconfirmed reports indicated his aunt was locked in a closet during the robbery. Police said no one was injured during the incident. (KTLA)