Chris Brown Responds to Black Protester Getting Punched at Trump Rally: ‘F–k Trump and F–k the Pigs’

Chris Brown and Donald Trump
Chris Brown and Donald Trump Ethan Miller/BET/Getty Images; Noam Galai/WireImage.com

Don’t hold back! Chris Brown took to Instagram on Thursday, March 10, to share his thoughts about a black protester who was sucker-punched by a white Donald Trump supporter at a campaign rally just one day earlier — and the Royalty singer didn’t filter his words.

“Man, this s–t is getting crazy,” the 26-year-old said in a fiery Instagram video. “Black people getting assaulted at f–king rallies where you’re supposed to talk at. What you need to start doing — all these black people, go together 40, 50 deep. See what they do then. Keep touching us, motherf–ker.”

On Wednesday, March 9, a 26-year-old man at a rally in Fayetteville, N.C., was being escorted out of the Crown Coliseum amid loud boos from the crowd when a man in a cowboy hat (later identified as 78-year-old John McGraw) punched him in the face and shoved him off-balance, according to The New York Times.

Several videos of the incident showed that at least two deputies who were escorting the protester out walked straight past McGraw after the roughhousing incident. McGraw was later charged with assault and battery and disorderly conduct.

In the caption for his Thursday post, Brown let loose with an intermittently all-caps rant about how the situation was handled.

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“F–K TRUMP AND F–K THE PIGS! TO SEE THIS EVIL S–T IS SO WRONG! GOD WILL HAVE HIS REVENGE! TRUST ME!” Brown wrote. “WITHOUT OUR BLACK CULTURE, ASIAN CULTURE, LATIN CULTURE, MUSLIMS, AND ANY RACE THAT YOU DONT APPROVE OF HELP YOU TO BE WHO THE F–K YOU ARE. NOT TO MENTION WE ARE THE MOST CREATIVE, OPPRESSED, resilient, And HARD WORKERS, without us your just another simple minded scared little man.”

The “Loyal” singer continued to bash the GOP presidential front-runner, calling him names and noting how the black community has had an enormous influence on American culture.

“WHEN [WE] MAKE FASHION, WE MAKE WHITE ARTIST WANNA BE US, White girls singing R&B OLD VIBE SONGS and its the best thing since sliced bread?” the R&B singer wrote. “BRANDY AND BEYONCE SING CIRCLES AROUND YALL CLONES!”

Though Trump’s campaign representatives declined to directly comment on the incident, he did say during the CNN GOP debate Thursday that he did “not condone that at all” in reference to McGraw’s behavior.

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