Chris Brown took to social media late last week to vent about a couple of things, including his relationship with ex-girlfriend Karrueche Tran and his feelings about the recent violence at a rally for Donald Trump.
In a Thursday Instagram post, Brown spoke about the way African-Americans should protect themselves when they're at political functions, saying that everyone should stand in a large group so that no one person gets singled out.
“Man, this sh** is getting crazy. Black people getting assaulted at f**king rallies where you’re supposed to talk at. What you need to start doing — all these black people, go together 40, 50 deep. See what they do then. Keep touching us, motherf**ker.”
The post came after a black man was punched by a white man at a Trump rally, but he later took to Twitter to chastise himself.
NO MORE REACTIONS! 🤐
— Chris Brown (@chrisbrown) March 11, 2016
The social media reactions continued, however, when he engaged in a war of words with ex Kerrueche Tran. Brown knocked Tran's talent, prompting her to fight back by saying she didn't want any more drama. Chris Brown later deleted the caption on Instagram.
“I wish u the most successful career ever. But I promise you this, once this ‘TALENT’ you have starts to simmer, so will everyone else including [Manager] Jacob [York], all of your famous friends know u how? How? How? How? How? .. Ok. So to end this petty game that’s gonna allow u to book more club appearances and ‘MOVIES’ that go straight to DVD I’ll leave you this [heart emoji]!”
The couple ended their relationship after Tran found out Brown had fathered a child with another woman while they were together.
“Listen. One can only take so much. The best of luck to Chris and his family. No baby drama for me," Tran wrote on Twitter.