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Chris Brown Shares Photos Of White Celebrities With Domestic Abuse History And Asks ‘Where Are The Cancel Culture’ For Them: ‘That’s Right… They Are Your Buddies’

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Chris Brown is continuing to defend himself against his history with domestic violence following 3LW star’s Kiely Williams’ tweet, denouncing the singer after teaming up with Chloe Bailey for their upcoming single, “How Does It Feel.”

In her tweet, Kiely took issue with the pairing, asserting that people “all forget he beats women.” When Chris came across the remark, he responded by telling her she looked “lame” for speaking negatively about him.

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Now, however, Chris appears to have had more to say as he returned to his Instagram Story and questioned where the outrage was for some of the biggest white celebrities in Hollywood who also have a past with domestic violence. “Where are the cancel culture with these white artist that date underage women, BEAT THE F*** OUT THEIR WIVES, GIVING B*****S AIDS,” he asked.

“Oh. That’s right.. They are you buddies.” Some of the celebrities he included in his follow-up Story were Sean Penn, Mel Gibson, Nicolas Cage, Ozzy Osbourne, Tommy Lee, Emma Roberts, and Mickey Rourke. “I got time today,” Chris wrote.

Chris continued stressing that he wasn’t going to tolerate the “fake love” any longer, noting that people should stay out of his way “or get ran over.”

The “Privacy” singer is currently on his European tour and would more than likely want to spend his time on the road on better things than to rehash his past over an incident from 14 years ago. Socialites, do you think his domestic violence past should continue to be a talking point if he has already apologized and moved on from it?

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We should probably also mention the fact that, while the domestic incident between Chris and Rihanna was shocking, even she has forgiven her ex for his actions — not to mention they even reconciled three years later. One has to wonder why an artist who lives a pretty private life outside of his music career continues to attract negative headlines pertaining to something that he did when he was 19.

Chris has made it apparent from his latest response that he’s sick of people dragging his name whenever it pertains to his career, almost as if he’s not supposed to have opportunities such as working with Chloe on her song because of his past.

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