Wow. Chris Brown is facing some serious backlash after he went on a Twitter rant on Tuesday, March 29, to throw shade at R&B singer Kehlani Parrish as news of her recent suicide attempt hit the headlines.
As Us Weekly previously reported, the 20-year-old singer shared a (now-deleted) Instagram photograph of herself in a hospital bed with an IV in her arm, revealing she had attempted suicide in the wake of rumors that she had cheated on her boyfriend, NBA player Kyrie Irving.
But while Kehlani's "father figure" Nick Cannon was quick to jump online and share his support, along with other stars including Questlove and Keyshia Cole, Brown had an altogether different reaction to her shocking revelation.
“There is no attempting suicide,” he tweeted. “Stop flexing for the gram. Doing s--t for sympathy so them comments under your pics don’t look so bad," he blasted.
“Girls be mad at a n--ga for f--king around wit b--ches but her DMs got more names then the Declaration of Independence. #YEAHIMTHROWINGSHADE," he continued.
Still not done, the 26-year-old performer went on: “They look like they have stank sex!!!! #KYRIEMVP,” before finally signing off for the evening. "OK IM DONE. Guess she gone have to watch the games from a real ‘box’ now. ‘THE TELEVISION’ #OHB ‘OUTTA HERE BIH.’”
OK IM DONE. Guess she gone have to watch the games from a real "box" now. "THE TELEVISION" #OHB "OUTTA HERE BIH"— Chris Brown (@chrisbrown) March 30, 2016
As public reaction gathered against Brown's outrageous tweets, the rapper decided he hadn't quite finished.
"I'll be the BIGGEST PIECE OF [poop emoji]. But ima ride for my Homies regardless. KYRIE is probably one of the only good guys left. IDGAF!!! The amount of followers I got and the amount of comments are the amounts of f--ks I give," he responded.
I'll be the BIGGEST PIECE OF 💩. But ima ride for my Homies regardless. KYRIE is probably one of the only good guys left. IDGAF!!!— Chris Brown (@chrisbrown) March 30, 2016
If you or someone you know is struggling, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255).
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