Chris Brown Engages In Twitter Rant Against "The System"
Chris Brown targets "grandmother's curtains"-wearing rappers and a "racist" D.A. in his latest Twitter tirade.
Not one to keep his thoughts about his ongoing legal troubles to his self, crooner Chris Brown again turned to his Twitter account to vent about his most recent plight. During his Twitter tirade, the Virginia songster targeted a number of parties including a district attorney he feels is racist and artists he believes are fake gangster rappers.
Brown also didn’t seem too pleased with the rise of fashion in Hip Hop and spoke on that issue as well, demanding that those “grandmother’s curtains”-wearing rappers “grow some balls.”
Most of the rap niggas make me sick! All political! It's hip hop. All that gangsta shit y'all talk in y'all records... Boof!— Chris Brown (@chrisbrown) August 23, 2013
Grow some balls and y'all not being fashionable wit y'all grandmother's curtains on. Any problems... See my "by myself"— Chris Brown (@chrisbrown) August 23, 2013
This latest Twitter rant from the singer was likely sparked by the dismissal of his hit-and-run case and the sentence he received shortly after. Despite his prior community service work, Brown was sentenced to 1,000 hours of community service and will have to start from zero due to inconsistencies in his past community service stint.
With a new batch of required community service hours, Brown also expressed his distaste for the district attorney and the legal system as he proclaimed, “Fuck the SYSTEM” via Twitter.
Nigga done 6 months community service wit police and the DA racist ass crying to the judge that I didn't do it. Fuck the SYSTEM!— Chris Brown (@chrisbrown) August 23, 2013
In May of this year, it was reported that Brown was involved in a hit-and-run accident while in Los Angeles. The Fortune singer allegedly refused to provide his license and reportedly provided false insurance information. Although the other party in the hit-and-run dropped charges against Brown, the prosecution still moved forward with the case.