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Chris Brown's Momager Wants Rihanna To 'Tell The Truth'

Chris Brown's mother and manager, Joyce Hawkins, is no stranger to creating controversy on Twitter.

For example, she once tweeted that "Michael Jackson died so that Chris Brown could live!!!" As you can imagine, most of the twitterverse didn't quite agree.

One of her favorite things to comment on over the internet is her son's relationship with ex-girlfriend Rihanna!

Our girl was all over the headlines after confessing to Oprah that she not only "misses" Breezy, but still considers him "the love of her life." Shortly after the revealing interview aired on OWN, Mz. Hawkins used her signature use of the caps lock button to tweet:

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Chris Brown's Mom Is PISSED At Him For Stupid Grammy Tweet


She SHOULD be pissed at him!

Chris Brown's mom Joyce Hawkins is apparently LIVID about his post-Grammy tweet that said:

"HATE ALL U WANT BECUZ I GOT A GRAMMY Now! That's the ultimate F**K OFF!"

Wow. Angry much??

Chris has since deleted the tweets (damage control!!), and a source close to Chris says that he denies writing the tweets:

"Chris didn't Tweet that, someone does his postings to Twitter and when he saw that he ordered it taken down immediately."


But we're not taking it lightly and neither is Momma Joyce. An insider says:

"Joyce is absolutely livid that those vile words and rants were posted on Chris' Twitter page. She isn't buying his excuse that he didn't post it. She has told him repeatedly that it is his Twitter, only he should be posting to it, period. She feels like people were just waiting for a negative reaction."

She had begged Chris to just ignore it and now that he didn't listen, she is just beside herself that after such successful performance at the Grammys and winning the award, people are now talking about this Twitter controversy.

It's time for Chris to grow up, and his mother told him that. Chris is his own worst enemy and she constantly worries about how he reacts to stress."

We know he's a grown man, but it's time for his mom to step in. He's needs a stern lecture and we have a feeling his mother is the only one who can get through to him.

So much disappointment….

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Chris Brown's Mom Says There's No Way Her Son Released Nude Pic

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Chris Brown's mom, Joyce Hawkins, is defending her son, saying that there's no way he would release a nude photo of himself.

She says:

"Never would he have…Chris’ personality, never would have sent [that].

I guess it was somebody he probably had known for a while that may have been upset with him for a certain reason, maybe he doesn’t talk to them anymore."

Or maybe he just wanted a distraction from the whole RiRi/GMA dramz. Who know, who knows.

We guess it's a mom's duty to defend her son no matter. To each their own!

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Chris Brown's Mom Wants Him To "Deal With" Rihanna Attack

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Maybe if he did that, he wouldn't trash dressing rooms and get so hyped up all the time when asked about it.

Chris Brown's mom has a request of her son. In a recent interview, she discussed her wish that Chris would "deal with" assaulting his then girlfriend Rihanna two years ago. She believes that once he faces this demon of his past, he'll finally be able to move forward with his future. She explained:

"I think he really needs to talk about the situation in itself, what actually happened to Rihanna… so that he can get that out for himself. He has to learn to deal with it and go on with his life. This is something that happened; it was a huge mistake… it was not good at all. But he is still a human being and we all make mistakes and we live and we go on with it. But he has to own it, deal with it and move on with his life."

Now there is the operative phrase - "own it." Chris Brown needs to really own up to what he did to Rihanna, not just to the world, but to himself. Mostly to himself. We've already heard all we think we're ever going to need to hear from him about the attack, but do we believe him? Not really, but the real question is, does he believe himself?

Time to face the past directly, no excuses, nothing half-assing. Then, maybe you can start to move on with your life and the world will move right along with you. You have to take the first step. Listen to your momma!

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Yo Momma Is "Disappointed" In You, Chris Brown

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You've caused her a lot of shame over the years. Do you ever consider her feelings when you have these outbursts?

No, we imagine not.

By now, you know all about Chris Brown freaking out and smashing a window on the set of Good Morning America, after the show had the audacity to ask him about him about his violent past. Someone who remembers every good and bad moment of Chris' life is his mother, Joyce Hawkins and she's admitted to sources that she is “very disturbed and upset” by his behavior.

A pal close to Joyce reveals

"Joyce spoke with Chris immediately after he left the studio in midtown. She was very, very upset with him. Joyce isn't only his mother, but his manager as well. She reminded Chris about how hard he had worked on the album, and Joyce didn't seem distressed about the line of questioning that Robyn Roberts gave him regarding Rihanna. Joyce told Chris not to lose his cool again, that is what people expect him to do. Chris listened to his mom, and seemed to take what she said to heart. Chris doesn't want to disappoint Joyce at all, and he could hear it in her voice."

Mother's always know the right thing to say, don't they! And Joyce is really speaking the truth.

You worked so hard to clean up your act, Chris, but people don't forget. It would do you well to remember that and perhaps, in the future, look for ways to help people forgive your past actions rather then just ignore them.

Think you could handle that?

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