He says 'A day in my Shoes is a day in Hell'
Just hours before the singer was due in a Los Angeles courtroom for a probation hearing – during which new allegations by the L.A. District Attorney’s office that he possibly faked his community service will be addressed – he went on a rant on his Instagram page that basically was one big punctuation-challenged woe-is-me.
After rambling on about how he’s trying to focus on recording his upcoming album and his fans’ comparisons of himself to Jesus Christ, Brown continued, “Im a human being and I honestly think I deserve respect Im sick of being accused ... Im tired yall Just don't understand Ive been going through this sh*t since I was 19 years old .. You cant sit here and tell me to calm down, when am I gonna get a positive outcome out of anything I do?”
It’s unclear what positive things Brown is talking about. In the past two years alone, he threw a chair through a window during a freak out at “Good Morning America,” yelled homosexual epithets at photographers, snatched a fan’s phone in Miami, cheated on his longtime girlfriend with Rihanna … and of course, allegedly punched Frank Ocean in the face over a parking spot and threatened to shoot him (according to Ocean) – all of which were items cited in the L.A. DA’s 19-page motion as an addendum for potential probation violation.
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