Chris Brown speaks out.
After Soulja Boy said Breezy was “scared” of fighting him and after Karrueche Tran filed a restraining order against him for alleged violence and death threats, the R&B crooner issued a statement.
“Make sure y’all don’t be listening to all this bullshit, man,” he said in an Instagram video. “Whatever people on the other side doing, let them do what they doing. I don’t know what the fuck they talking about.”
The statement arrives shortly after reports that Brown has been ordered to stay more than 100 yards away from Karrueche, her brother, and her mother. In a sworn statement, Tran said Brown threatened to shoot and kill her. She also said that Brown punched her and pushed her down the stairs several years ago.
Although he didn’t mention Karrueche by name in the video, he did explain why he is no longer fighting Soulja Boy in their much-hyped boxing match. “I bowed-ed out of this Soulja Boy fight,” he said. “It was a legit thing on a positive scale. All the wrong people got in the way, the middlemen people got in the way, the homies, so to speak, got in the way because they wanted to get a piece of the pie.
“It’s immature, first and foremost,” he added. “Second of all, ain’t no ni**a gonna ever ho me out. So, however everything goes, this how we rocking. He gon’ see me, he gon’ see me. I ain’t out here moving nothing crazy. But just don’t believe all that bullshit, bro. I’m out.”
Over the weekend, Soulja said Brown was “scared” of their fight. “Can’t believe this ni**a scared to fight me sign the contract Bitch Ass ni**a set up the boxing match,” tweeted Draco. “I caught two fades in the streets since this whole beef shit and I won both fights I guess Chris must heard and got scared lol come on boy. Ni**a talked all that Shit just to back down and not sign the paperwork. Not about that life. No action. Don’t wanna hear about this ever. Now we all know Chris a Bitch don’t bring this shit up to me ever again. He ain’t wanna see these hands. Facts.”
Brown’s video also included a promo for his upcoming “Party Tour,” which kicks off March 31 in Baltimore with guests 50 Cent, French Montana, Fabolous, O.T. Genasis, and Kap G. “It’s gonna be crazy as a motherfucker,” said Brown. “I can’t wait. We’re gonna turn up.”