Chris Brown really needs help to chill out, and he also needs the full time assistance of a public relations wizard. As if Brown didn’t have enough problems with his image, now he has turned to Twitter to use gay slurs.
Chris Brown and Raz-B (who is a former member of B2-K) got into a Twitter scuffle after Raz Tweeted about Brown’s treatment of Rihanna.
“Im just sittin here Thinking how can n**gas like [Eric Benet] and [Chris Brown] disrespect women as Intelligent as Halle Berry, Rihanna.”
Brown immediately lashed back — writing, “n**ga you want attention! Grow up n**ga!!! Dick in da booty ass lil boy.”
TMZ reports that Brown is referring to allegations that Raz made a while back that his band’s manager molested him.
So is Brown homophobic or was he just fighting back against Raz? And is this whole altercation blown way out of proportion?
After learning of Omarion’s impressive resume of singing, acting, songwriting and producing, it’s hard to believe that he is only 25 years old. He’s what you would call a veteran in the entertainment field, and his latest album, Ollusion, could prove he’s got staying power.
Omarion’s self-described “aggressive, energetic, exciting and passionate” sound that will be demonstrated in Ollusion, out Tuesday (Jan. 12), has already excited his fans, after the recent release of the single, “I Get It In” featuring Gucci Mane. The video features Omarion’s slick dance moves in a simple black-and-white contrast that compliments the catchy beat.
“I wrote every song,” Omarion tells andPOP. “I think people can connect with personal moments in the album. When you’re singing about something that’s true to you, it’s like talking about something that’s true to you. So that’s the reason why the whole album is really personal I guess. I think it’s better that way.”