“Loyal” singer Chris Brown doesn’t like it when other people interfere with his business, but he was one of the first celebrities to publicly slam “The Way” singer Kehlani after she attempted suicide Monday. Instead of offering an apology for his harsh response, Brown seemed to bask in the negative attention.
“The amount of followers I got and the amount of comments are the amounts of f---- I give,” he wrote early Wednesday morning. The post was liked more than 13,000 times and shared over 7,500 times by his 15.9 million followers.
Earlier, Brown slammed Kehlani for attempting suicide after she was faced with a rumored cheating scandal. She supposedly betrayed Cleveland Cavaliers star Kyrie Irving, who is one of Brown’s closest friends. “I’ll be the biggest piece of [s---] . But I’ma ride for my homies regardless. Kyrie is probably one of the only good guys left. IDGAF!!!” he added. IDGAF stands for “I don’t give a f---.”
Brown, 26, claimed Kehlani was a poser who fabricated a suicide attempt to draw sympathy. “There is no attempting suicide. Stop flexing for the gram. Doing s--- for sympathy so them comments under your pics don’t look so bad,” he said.
Kehlani, 20, attempted suicide after she was accused of cheating on Irving with her ex-boyfriend, PartyNextDoor, who is also known as PND. The internet was set ablaze after PND posted a photo of them in bed on Instagram with the following caption: “After all her shenanigans, still got the R&B singer back in my bed.”
Kehlani has since scrubbed her Instagram of all posts. Neither Irving nor PND has publicly released a statement since the singer’s suicide attempt. Kehlani, on the other hand, told her fans she was grateful to be alive but was taking a break from the spotlight while she surrounds herself with people who love her.
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