Whoa! Such violence. So not necessary.
On Wednesday, Chris Brown got into an EXPLOSIVE fight with B2K singer Raz B that took a very violent turn.
The pair were exchanging rather scathing and awful remarks to one another when Raz B took things a bit too far and made comments about Chris' attack on Rihanna. That set Chris off into a terrible rant against Raz, with several racial and gay slurs directed at him.
And then this video (above) happened. Raz's brother, Ricky Romance, was so enraged by the feud that he posted this message to Chris, in which he says, "If I see you in L.A. my dude, I'm gonna put my mother fu**ing pistol in your mouth."
Having read what Chris wrote, including a message to Ricky promising to be in El Lay "real soon," we can't say that either one of their behaviors is that admirable. It takes a big man to stand up for his brother, but not when he threatens such violence. It also takes a big man to defend himself after proving he can change, but what Chris wrote on his Twitter makes us second guess his progress.
Oh, we should mention that Raz B's rep released a statement this morning in response to the video, saying:
"Raz B wanted to make sure everyone knows that what his brother says does not represent him. Those are just a brother's tendencies to protect his brother coming out. Raz B has already spoken to his brother and told him to chill out."
Hopefully, he will take that advice. Truly, there is no need to threaten such violence. It's never the way to handle things.
But perhaps now Chris knows the kind of anger that can be inflicted on others just with hateful words. That's a pretty important lesson to learn.