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Chris Brown Slams Kiely Williams, People Who ‘Still Hate’ Him For Rihanna Assault



Chris Brown has had it with people still bringing up his 2009 assault of then girlfriend Rihanna.

Brown took to Instagram Friday to let folks know they can kiss his “f–king ass” if they “still hate” him for his “mistake.”

“Im [sic] f–king 33! Im [sic] tired of yall [sic] running wit [sic] this narrative,” he began his lengthy post , adding that people watch the tumultuous relationship between rapper Blueface and his girlfriend Chrisean Rock, who “beat the f–k out of each other in front of the world.”

“But thats [sic] OK? It’s entertainment? ALL yall [sic] can suck my d–k disrespectfully,” he concluded.


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It all started after Cheetah Girls/3LW singer Kiely Williams shared her thoughts on Brown collaborating with Chloe Bailey for her new single “How Does It Feel.”

Bailey has been under fire on Twitter since sharing the preview for the song.

Kiely accused Brown of exploiting female Black artists’ talent to mask his past domestic violence case with Rihanna.

Singer Kiely Williams arrives at US Weekly’s Hot Hollywood 2009 held at My House on April 22, 2009 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic)

“Let him come out with his own record—so genius, so captivating that it makes us all forget HE BEATS WOMEN. He can’t so he wont. So what does he do?” she wrote when quote-tweeting Bailey. “He slowly creeps back into the mainstream by getting small nods for features on Black Women’s merit. Black women who are more talented, more worthy, but give him the okay.”

Chris didn’t take the high road when clapping back at Williams. He joked about her lisp with a post that read “I’m tired of your broken promithis, promithis” referencing her verse on the song “No More (Baby I’Ma Do Right),” and again through a meme captioned “thop it!!!”

He then deemed Williams to be broken — either mentally, financially, or both — for the unprovoked attacks.

“Obviously you are at a point in your life where either you are very broke or broken,” Brown wrote in the same post. “The fact you think you have to speak negatively about me makes u look so lame…your life and career must suck right now..minding your business wouldve [sic] been best..but I guess you don’t have a business or a real job that makes u financially stable. I feel more embarrassed for you and your actual maturity.”

He also took aim at cancel culture for the double standard when it comes to black artist who commit acts of DV. In his Instagram stories he posted 15 screenshots—presumably from a Ranker post titled “Celebrities Who Have Been Charged With Domestic Abuse”—of notable white figures who’ve been embroiled in their own abuse scandals.

“Where are the cancel culture with these white artist that date underage women, beat the fuck out their wives, giving bitches AIDS, oh. That’s right..they are your buddies😏,” he said. “No more fake love from me..stay out my way or get ran over simple as that. None of you and mean none of you n***as can fuck wit me.”

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