Chris Brown
Chris Brown performs "Loyal" during the 2014 BET Awards in Los Angeles, California June 29, 2014. Reuters/Mario Anzuoni

Chris Brown defended his remarks about Adrienne Bailon and Tamar Braxton in an Instagram post, which followed critical remarks made by "The Real Talk Show" hosts about the 25-year-old singer and his girlfriend Karrueche Tran. Brown posted a video Tuesday saying that everyone has a right to voice their opinion.

Bailon and Braxton on Monday discussed the relationship between Brown and Tran on “The Real Talk Show,” stating that the 25-year-old’s girlfriend only tolerated his alleged cheating because of his popularity. "Don't you think some of your friends reap some of the benefits of her dating Chris Brown?" Bailon reportedly asked on the talk show. "Really are your friends going to tell you to leave that?"

Brown reportedly posted a photo of Bailon on Instagram and wrote: “BRING THAT A** HERE BOY" ADRIENNE BAILON.”

“U can't talk about relationship goals when u don't even have life goals,” he wrote in the post, which was later removed from his account, according to E! News. “U take the role of the ugly sister. It's always the people wit no career that talk all the s***.”

The "Loyal" singer later posted a video defending his outburst on social media, saying: “Everybody entitled to their opinion. I'm entitled to mine, too.”

Braxton also responded to Brown’s attack on Monday saying that “no one came at either of you but was simply using your relationship as an example of things us ladies go through in a relationship!!”

“I do not know nor do I give a hot damn about your relationship personally.... honestly and respectfully I'm VERY sorry if you BOTH were offended about our girl chat.... however you WILL NOT think its ok to come at GROWN women and talk to either myself or @adrienne_bailon as if u have EVER has us each in your bed at ANY point in our lives!” Braxton wrote as a caption to a photo on Instagram.