Chris Brown goes on a ‘motherf–king’ rant about his ‘terrorist’ Halloween costume

Chris Brown did a radio interview a few days ago on LA’s Power 106’s Big Boy Neighborhood. I’m including video of the interview at the end of the post, in case you actually want to see Chris Brown in motion. During the interview, Chris was asked about his Halloween costume – he and his friends dressed up as “terrorists” or “the Taliban” depending on how you look at it. Chris received a lot of criticism for the Halloween costume, of course, and now that some time has passed, he can talk about the incident with grace and humility. Just kidding. Brown basically threw a tantrum:

Chris Brown went on a profanity-ridden rant when asked about the adverse reactions to his Halloween costume.

The 23-year-old R&B star, along with his entourage, decided to dress up as a group of gun-toting Middle Eastern men, putting Brown in yet another online media firestorm.

“It’s f**king Halloween! It’s a motherf**king pagan holiday,” he said on Los Angeles’ Power 106′s Big Boy’s Neighborhood radio show. “We dress our kids up as Satan, demons, little goblins, and all this other sh*t. Get over it, people!”

Not seeming to find the costume at all offensive, he added, “I was dressed as the people we killed, the person we killed … Bin Laden!… It’s nobody’s motherf**king business!”

[From The Insider]

Ah, yes. The “Nobodies Business” argument. Bitch, you posted the photo to your Twitter! You went out in public to a big party dressed like that! Now, I’m not saying Chris is totally off in his assessment – he is kind of right. That hurt to say. Halloween IS a pagan holiday. And lots of people dress up in offensive/non-politically-correct costumes. But those people receive criticism too, you know?

In another part of the interview, Chris is asked about 50 Shades of Grey, which he’s mentioned before. Chris has actually said in the past (jokingly or not so much) that he would love to be considered for the part of Christian Grey, the Twihardy sadist who beats his lover with a riding crop. Chris said in this new interview, “I’ve read the book. I think it’ll be dope. I know the character’s white.” He made reference to the whole idea of Hollywood casting black actors in roles that were white in their source material. Here’s the interview:

Photos courtesy of WENN, Brown’s Twitter.

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  1. haha says:

    lets just it goes away quietly.

  2. Fancyamazon says:

    It is becoming increasingly popular, and not just with celebrities, to do things which they know ahead of time will provoke negative criticism. Seemingly for the sole purpose of then saying, ” don’t be mad bro, why you mad?”

    Yes, it’s Halloween, and it is a time when lots of people dress in inappropriate or trashy costumes. When people in the public eye do so, they do so knowing full-well the reaction they will receive.

    So, at the end of the day, he trolled the public so he can pretend to be all high and mighty about it.

  3. NerdMomma says:

    I haven’t read 50 Shades, but given that women love it, I’m going to assume fans would not love to see the role go to a woman-beater. I’m assuming Christian Grey is not an a**hole.

    Anyway how come this guy hasn’t slid into obscurity yet? Who is still making Chris Brown happen?

  4. Sam says:

    “I want to be a stupid idiot, and it’s no one’s business!” Yeah, except for SOME REASON you happen to still be relevant, so it is our business. You should be grateful people even care what you dress up as. Hopefully this time next year, they wont. But alas, more than likely you’ll still be famous, you’ll be in the headlines for throwing a phone at someone or cursing out yet another interviewer for bringing up “the past” and we’ll still have to be all up in your business whether we want to be or not.

  5. Marianne says:

    Yet proving to the world once again, how much anger management classes has changed him.

  6. Stuart Horsely says:

    The “man” is NOT an intelligent life form, plain and simple. The end.

  7. Adrien says:

    But Halloween is over, why is he still dressed up as Sisqó?

  8. ladybert62 says:

    I simply do NOT understand what women see in him.

  9. natalina says:

    Wow, for the first time, Chris Brown has kinda gotta point.

  10. ZigZagZoey says:

    Cannot wait for the day when I hear him saying “So, I killed someone….It was a nobody…….It is no big deal…..Why you people always after me?”
    From his jail cell.
    I have never really wished anyone dead, but I do now.
    Please please Karma ~ Get off your ass and catch up to this ahole.

  11. Lisa says:

    God, I hate him. I like how he bases his comment on a major news story, but it’s “no one’s business.”

  12. Maren says:

    uuuummmmm paganism doesn’t worship the devil. that would be satanism. pagans believe in nature and spirits. no harm meant at all. and I’m not even a pagan.

  13. gg says:

    Halloween is NOT a “pagan holiday”. It has more association with the Catholic Church than paganism. Pagans have their own holidays.

  14. judyjudy says:

    I think Chris Brown is awful, AWFUL, but I think the Halloween thing was a little blown out of proportion (though I’m certain he LOVES all the negative attention).

    Sure, the costumes were a little insensitive because they evoke a legitimate fear in most of us. But I’ve seen a lot of terrifying and tasteless costumes on Halloween (like the kid wearing a ski mask and carrying fake guns into the theater for a Halloween Symphony…) And honestly, how many people dress up as pirates? Even babies and dogs dress up as pirates. The disneyfication of piracy has made us forget that pirates are also terrorists and gained notoriety for rape and pillage, murder, and general destruction.

    The best response to Chris Brown’s Halloween costume would have be no response at all. THAT would really piss him off.

  15. savedbykittylitter says:

    he is not very bright isnt he?

  16. lucy2 says:

    Is it wrong to suggest he go play in traffic?

  17. Diana says:

    He’s just an asshole, and that’s it.

  18. The Original Victoria says:

    I thought Christian Grey was white, you know since he was Edward Cullen with a kinky twist and everything. I mean I’m all for shaking things up and what not, so if they don’t cast Euro for the role awesome, but Cris Pound? Christian spanks his women for pleasure, not because he has lady issues. Well, ACTUALLY, not to spoil it, but he DID have some women issues too.

    Now I’m just confused.

  19. skuddles says:

    And again I beseech the Navy Seals – pretty pretty PLEASE???

  20. muppet_barbershop says:

    Actually, the fact that he wants to redefine a famous white character is the thing I abhor least about him so far. Not that it’s nearly enough to forgive his woman-beating, Al-Qaeda-victim-mocking ways. The costume is at least as offensive to me because of its disregard for what Afghani women have been through, and Bin Laden’s part in that, as it is due to 9/11.

  21. ViloDeMenus says:

    He has the ugly personality of poorly raised 9 year old. He’s immature, thinks he’s so much more than he will ever be, and is an all around rotten person. He was supposed to tour in either Norway or Sweden and where ever his ad posters for concerts were some group plastered over them with the Taliban photo with a boycott message. That’s what good people think of CB, he doesn’t deserve anyone’s hard earned money. Childish, insensitive, violent, stupid, ignorant, and repulsive. Once he can’t pay for the best song writers and producers his career is over, he’s a manufactured pop star.

  22. Winn says:

    Oh for f***’s sake.

    That’s about all I have left for this guy.

  23. Really? says:

    What a top level a$$hole. “It’s nobody’s business.” Really?

    He made it his business and then went out in public displaying his business and then he shoved it down everybody else’s business, but still has the ignorance to say the effect does not reflect the cause?

    He’s just an idiot, and that’s exactly what he dressed up himself up like for Halloween. Way to go, Chris. Rather than contribute to society, you choose to deviate from it. And you can’t even come up with a thoughtful response to a painfully obvious question?

    Your poor mom.

  24. KellyinSeattle says:

    What a dummy….he acts even more immaturely than his 23 years. I just had a flash of how nice it would be if he were on Judge Judy and how she’d rip him apart!

  25. Really? says:

    Something else just came to me: “Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.” If Gaga gets it re Madonna, why shouldn’t he get it re Osama?

    Just a thought.

  26. ol'miss says:

    OMG…he’s even more disgusting when he speaks. The radio interview was like a sex chat with a 14 year old boy with a new-found penis! He hasn’t grown up.

  27. buckley says:

    Had to watch Andrew Garlfield super adorable dancing video to cleanse my palate after this…

  28. Chrissie Malcolm says:

    How incredibly ignorant and insensitive. I guess Mr Brown wasn’t at the front of the queue when they were dishing out intelligence. Beyond crass.