Chris Brown Asks Where’s Cancel Culture For White Artists As People Bring Up His Past Abuse Against Rihanna

Chris Brown responded to people who still haven’t forgotten his assault on Rihanna almost 15 years ago.  The singer frustrated, said he wants people who “still hate” him to kiss his “f–king a-s” for what he realizes was a “mistake” of assaulting then-girlfriend Rihanna in 2009. He pleaded guilty after the incident.

He continues, “Im [sic] tired of yall [sic] running wit [sic] this narrative. You weird ass n—as are the same ones that tune in every week to see Blueface and Chrisean beat the f–k out of each other in front of the world,” Brown began a mostly all-caps Instagram Stories Friday.

It all started when former Cheetah Girl Kiely Williams tweeted, “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 won. So what does he do?” This tweet came after the announcement of singer Chlöe Bailey releasing her album with a song featuring Chris Brown. Williams is also a fan of watching the nonsense of one-hit rapper Blueface and on-and-off again girlfriend Chrisean.

The singer then wondered where “cancel culture” was when it came to “white artists” who “date underage women” or “beat the f–k out of their wives.” He followed up with some pretty well-known white actors and artists that have been arrested for assault on their partners but still not treated as Brown. Nicholas Cage, Sean Penn, Mel Gibson, Guns N’ Roses guitarist Slash, and American Horror Story actress Emma Roberts who was arrested for beating her co-star boyfriend Evan Peters in Canada.