The All Day rapper claims both that Kim Kardashian West approved the song AND that it was Taylor's own idea!
He took to Twitter to share:
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Come on, Chris Brown. Really?
We talked a bit about Chris feeling like that the notion of people wanting to work with him again was like he had been forgiven earlier.
Now, as we find out more from the things he said, he sees what he did as a "mishap" and continues to complain about people "dissing" him or not wanting to work with a woman-beater.
Here's what's being said:
"People are always gonna talk. But I'm in a positive place. I consider myself a grown-ass man," says the star, whose new album F.A.M.E. stands for "Forgiving All My Enemies."
Speaking of forgiveness, Brown says he's done apologizing for the brutal Rihanna attack. "At the end of the day, if I walk around apologizing to everybody, I'm gonna look like a damn fool."
First off, real men don't call themselves "grown-ass."
And going around calling a brutal beating a mishap, while complaining about other people having the integrity not to work with you doesn't make you look like a fool?
Still, he complains that many folks "turn[ed] away. They don't want to get involved with it because they don't want their name attached to anything negative. Unknowingly, they kind of show their true colors when they do that. You can't blame people for how they want to be portrayed or if they don't want to be associated with somebody who had a particular mishap."
Their true colors are this: Oh shizz! This guy beats women and I don't want any part of that, because beating women is wrong!
Sounds like amazing true colors to have!
And just by being passive aggressive in a statement by saying "they kind of show their true colors" IS kinda blaming them, which is pretty easy to see.
Chris, it's disturbing of you to call what is to some women out there a daily and constant struggle a "mishap."
But we guess we wouldn't figure any of those guys who think it's okay to abuse women would really call it anything else, especially when the public is watching and they want their multi-million dollar music career back.
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