Singer Chris Brown goes on race-filled, profanity-laced tirade urging black mobs to confront Trump fans

R & B artist Chris Brown went off on Donald Trump and his supporters, and urged fellow African-Americans to travel to and disrupt rallies for the Republican presidential front-runner.


Brown referenced an incident where a black protester was recently sucker punched by a Trump supporter as he was being led out of a Trump campaign event, according to Billboard.

“Man, this sh*t is getting crazy,” Brown said in a video he posted to Instagram Thursday. “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.”

Then he added his exclamation point.

“Keep touching us, motherf**ker.”

The video, since removed, was titled “F**K TRUMP AND F**K THE PIGS,” adding “TO SEE THIS EVIL SHIT IS SO WRONG! GOD WILL HAVE HIS REVENGE! TRUST ME!”

“People are so afraid to say shit because y’all just find a way to kill our leaders!!!! WHO THE F**K U THINK CLEANS YOUR HOTELS AND WORKS HARD TO FEED A WHOLE FAMILY.”

Brown has been famously accused of acts of violence himself — especially toward women.

In 2009, he pled guilty to felony assault of his then-girlfriend, pop-singer Rihanna.

In the latest alleged event, Las Vegas police responded to a report that he struck a woman at the Palms Casino Resort. Her crime? She reportedly took a photo of him with her cell phone without asking permission, The Associated Press reported in January.


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