Chris Brown recently used Twitter for talking about how mad he is when it comes to the promotion of his music album and how he does not like the music industry these days. Apparently Chris Brown’s album Graffiti was not given much shelf real estate at retail stores such as Wal-Mart.
“im tired of this s**t. major stores r blackballing my cd. not stockin the shelves and lying to costumers. what the f**k do i gotta do…” said Chris Brown on Twitter. “im not biting my tongue about s**t else… the industry can kiss my ass.” In March 2009, Chris Brown was charged with felony assault and for making criminal threats. He was given five years of formal probation which has affected how retail stores are treating him. Below are additional tweets that Brown sent out.
Chris Brown probably received a lot of heat from his publicist because he deleted his Twitter account shortly after his rant. Perhaps his distributors were not happy with being badmouthed and sent him some sort of take-down notice.
Brown is the second major pop singer to have deleted a Twitter account. This past October Miley Cyrus deleted her Twitter account because she believed her privacy was being violated.