The rapper explained:
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But it's just a song guys!
Even though we would like to think Breezy knows better than to involve himself in musical projects that remind the world of how he viciously beat Rihanna back in 2009, that is obviously NOT the case, as he has lent his vocals to Sean Kingston's latest jam titled BEAT IT.
Ch-ch-check out the track, which also features new-daddy Wiz Khalifa (above).
But what makes this whole situation even MORE insane, is that Chris doesn't just lend a verse to the tune, it's HIS voice that delivers the hook: "You wanted me to beat beat beat it."
We don't even know what to say at this point, because no matter what Breezy does, it seems RiRi will still forgive him, love him, and support him, and the public will continue to tolerate his blatantly misogynistic actions.
Grrrr that Chris Brown just makes us sad all day!