Chris Brown calls Tupac the only person who can relate to him in the world

Earlier this week, Chris Brown deleted his Twitter account, for at least the second time, after he got into a long nasty public argument with a female comedian who was calling him out for being an abuser, basically. It got heated, Chris used some disgusting analogies that would never occur to most sane people, (like taking a crap in a woman’s mouth) and basically showed, for the umpteenth time, what an a-hole with a hair trigger temper he is. Many people called him a misogynist and an abuser, and said “good riddance” to his angry texts.

Some people went too far in their condemnation of Brown though, like Elisabeth Hasselbeck on The View. She called Chris’ tweets “verbal rape” and called for Twitter to ban people who attack others. She said “It seems like verbal rape to me. And I think at some point there’s gotta be a point where Twitter should ban anyone who writes anything forever on there and you should identify yourself.” I agree that Twitter should have more accountability and consequences, but it irks me when people use “rape” to describe anything but actual “rape.” There’s no “verbal rape,” what the hell does she mean? She sounds like K-Stew.

Anyway we can’t wash our hands of Chris’ idiocy on the Internet just yet, not even temporarily. He’s still on Instagram! His handle is the very classy “f*ckyopictures,” take out the asterisk. He recently put up a photo of Tupac flipping the bird and wrote “That awkward moment when the only person u can relate to in the world is dead.” Here’s a screenshot of that, from webstagram:

This is hilarious to me, because Fark had a headline yesterday that summed up the ridiculousness of his victim mentality. They wrote “1996: Tupac Shakur gunned down in feud with rival rapper. 2012: Chris Brown flees twitter after being made fun of by a girl” The only person who can relate to poor widdle Chris is an incredibly talented guy who was murdered in the prime of his life. That’s so like what Chris is going through with people calling him out on Twitter for bashing Rihanna’s face in! Chris probably thinks he’s going to get a hologram when he passes too.

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  1. the original bellaluna says:

    You, sir, are no Tupac.

    Kindly take a stadium of seats and STFU.

    • katherine k says:

      I don’t know about Tupac. I don’t listen to rap and I couldn’t care less about it. What I do know is that Chris B is out to offend half the human race (women) and Tupac (to my limited knowledge) wasn’t. So +1 for Tupac.

      • katherine k says:

        I take that back. According to posts down thread, Tupac was a convicted rapist, so eff them both. I’ve never gotten all this Tupac worship.

      • busy ramone says:

        Tupac maintained his innocence the entire time. I read his description of the actual situation that happened and it sounds like a huge set-up so that he’d be indebted to Suge Knight. Ironically if he’d stayed in jail he might still be alive today.

      • busy ramone says:

        Tupac would have kicked his punk ass if he was still alive. For real. Especially if that punk started throwing glass at him in a club.

      • spinner says:

        I despise Chris Brown & didn’t know anything about Tupac, as I am not a Rap fan, so I googled the lyrics to Tupac’s songs. uhhh…errr…no comment.

      • Nicole says:

        He was not a rapist!

    • Jamteezy says:

      link to video that specifically has Tupac calling out women beaters and telling women to stay strong… not like Chris Brown, nuh uh!

  2. the original bellaluna says:

    You, sir, are no Tupac.

    Kindly take a stadium-full of seats and STFU.

    (duplicate, since all the first comments are disappearing into the Never-Never Land of the net.)

  3. marie says:

    he needs to stop, he’s ridiculous.. what exactly connects him to Tupac?!? Tupac was an artist, CB is a punk..

    • Liv says:

      “1996: Tupac Shakur gunned down in feud with rival rapper. 2012: Chris Brown flees twitter after being made fun of by a girl”

      Best answer to him ever.

    • The Original Genevieve says:

      Why is THAT?!

      Did Tupac beat the sh*t out of his women, too? :(

      • marie says:

        Tupac could rap, write poetry and act while all CB can do is dance (I’ll give him that much) and CB “relating” to Tupac is insulting.. Tupac’s raps meant something, CB’s twitter rants/instagram pics mean nothing other than he’s an douchebag punk. He needs to sit down and STFU..

        I had completely forgotten about the V4Real-thank you for reminding me

      • V4Real says:

        @ The Original G Chris Brown is a freaking idiot and we all know that. I may still like his music but I don’t like him.
        He really do need to STFU already. Just sing, don’t talk.

        To answer your question, no Tupac did not beat the shit out of his women but let’s not forget in 1993 he was convicted of rape and served time for it. (Rape is just as bad as getting the crap beat out of you). For awhile many DJ’s teased Tupac about having lyrics in his song that said; why we rape our women, do we hate our women. But guess what people including women still loved Pac.

        Tupac was known for carrying weapons, which I’m sure he had reasons for. In Atlanta he shot two cops but charges were dropped because the cops were found to be at fault. Also in Faith Evans book “Keep the Faith” she talked about a very unpleasant encounter with Tupac where he kept telling her; I know you want to _uck my _ick.

        Tupac was a talented young artist, one of the best of his time but he had his faults as well. So I’m hoping Chris Brown is not relating to Tupac on that level. If he is he is definetely in for a downfall.

        I was a fan of some of Tupac’s rap,and the music industry as well as the fans can be very forgiving. Chris just needs to admit he has a problem and get his shit together before it’s too late.

      • TheOriginalKitten says:

        Just shows how deep the delusion runs with this dude. God, he is SO UGLY. I am literally repulsed by him…

  4. says:

    Ugh. I just can’t with this a$shole.

  5. epiphany says:

    OMG, stop aiming your nostrils at me!!!I feel like I’m looking down the barrel of a gun. How DOES Rhianna look at that all day? Gross!

  6. Tuxedo Cat says:

    Half the problem is solved, now Jenny needs to get off Twitter…

  7. judyjudy says:

    This made me LOL, for real.

    And damn, Tupac was FINE. Mmmmm…Mmmmm…

  8. Evelyn says:

    Sorry, did you know tupac, Chris brown? No? Oh, then kindly sit the f*ck down. Maybe you should listen to Dear Mama and rethink women

  9. Ms Kay says:

    Tupac did actually touched people with his lyrics and despite his tumultuous relationship with media and gang etc, the man had sense…

    You dude Brown have no sense and touch people only with your Fists. End of story.

  10. Ming says:

    If I had the money, I’d built a Twitter Death Match arena and have Chris Brown and Jonah Hill fight each other on Christmas day.

  11. stellalovejoydiver says:

    That this POs has the fucking audacity to only make a connection between him and Tupac. Tupac actually had a lot of talent and is a legend, uughhh.
    I hope he gets called out for this shit by some other rappers.

  12. Lisa says:

    Oh good grief, how can he not see how ridiculous he is. What an ass.

  13. Aubra says:


    Lemme hop on in here!!

    FIST Brown needs to keep the lyrical prophet’s name outta his damn mouth! As mysoginistic as some of his songs/lyrics were, Tupac wasn’t a woman beating, nonsense tweeting, low level wannabe hard ass…

    now back to your regularly scheduled breathing

  14. merski says:

    Chris Brown relates to Tupac.
    Justin Bieber wants to be the new Michael Jackson.
    This is a great year for music!

  15. Riana says:

    “Changed” by Tupac, changed my 8 yr old life and to this day I – in fact I’m gonna play it right now.

    Chris should shut up, he’s a man-child who’s threatened by women.

    • Leigh_S says:

      OMG YES!!!
      I love that song, still listen to it regularly and never fail to feel it in my heart and gut. I marvel at his list of things that will never change that includes a “black president”

      It makes the fishbelly white canadian woman sad that he never got to see it come to pass

      Why do I point out my own color/nationality/sex? because I think it demonstrates some of the universality of emotion Tupac touched, a reach that Chris Brown will never have.

      Speaking of needing to hear it again …

      • Riana says:

        “It makes the fishbelly white canadian woman sad that he never got to see it come to pass”

        Aww, yes I know exactly what you mean. The first few sounds of the piano before he even starts speaking just touch my heart (and break it) all over again.

        It’s painful because it’s such an all-encompassing song, touching on his frustrations with white-black relations, the fact we have the same vices, his views on the priorities of govt. and the police and how then (and on some levels to this day) they cared more about curbing minorities than assisting them. Likewise his urging on the youth, saying it was time to stop the violence, understanding the struggle of the lower class and why crime is prevalent. Ugh that song is a fucking history book.

        I think it would have made him elated to see Obama elected, to see us move on in that way and see there is hope for change. I also think that edge of fear, of knowing how bad it can get and without real growth there will never be ‘CHANGES’. it also kills me he prophesized his death and revealed a sort of frailty of a man who was a product of his environment and strugglin to escape that fact.

        Sigh, I’ve ranted enough. Love the song and the man.

  16. L says:

    Tupac was a artist and a pretty astute businessman (despite the gang and media relationships). Not to mention that he was a solid actor.

    Chris Brown is nothing but a punk.

  17. The Other Katherine says:

    While I despise Chris Brown more than words can say, I still literally LOL’d at Celebitchy’s headline for this story.

    I hope Tupac’s ghost gives Chris Brown what for.

  18. BengalCat2000 says:

    I was at a Fishbone concert in Atl when Tupac’s death was announced. Not a dry eye in the housw. Chris Brown is such Tool. Won’t be shedding any tears when something happens to that POS.

  19. Hayley says:

    Rhianna will end up dead one day because of this moron, unfortunately, and she would have had only herself to blame. Every red flag that can possibly be raised about a creep has been raised by Brown, yet she still goes to him. It speaks volumes about who she is, too.

  20. The Original Mia says:

    No. Stop it, son! Just stop it. You’re embarrassing yourself.

  21. Vibius says:

    Anyone up for a drive-by insulting?

  22. QQ says:

    I want him to identify with Tupac’s Current Status: There I’ve said it!, your local 13 y.o hoodrat will cry for a couple of days but it would move us all Forward

  23. Thiajoka says:

    Can we get a response comment from Tupac? Oh, wait, we can’t, can we? Jeebus, if Chris and Rihanna want to keep pushing crap in the public’s face, they are going to have to take the criticism they get. Supposedly it doesn’t bother them, right?

  24. erin says:

    tupac actually cared about bettering his people – you think chris brown gives a fuck about that? please tell me karma is coming for chris brown eventually.

  25. Mia says:

    He would be the worst looking hologram ever.

  26. G. says:

    Step off my idol, Chris Brown. Tupac touched my sad little 13-year old heart and you do NOT want to mess with my inner 13 year old. That girl is vicious.

    That being said, Tupac was a poetic genius, and Chris Brown makes pop tunes. Apples to oranges.

  27. Dinah says:

    I wish he would just find a rock under which to crawl, and stay there.

    • KellyinSeattle says:

      Great balls of grammar; Dinah, great sentence!
      But Chris Brown is sooooooooooooo badass. Just look at his tatoos. And his hat is backward. He’s to be taken seriously!!! uh-huh.

  28. LeslieM says:

    I’m so sick of both of them! Throw that couple in the garbage where they belong.

  29. Lem says:

    I came for the pictures of Pac. They aren’t here :(
    Everyone relates to Tupac.
    In every other possible manner, just no.

    • gg says:

      Not everyone. I sure don’t.

      • bbybt says:

        You should watch a documentary on him! There are a few good ones that have old footage of him before he was famous. He was always very intelligent, well-spoken, and loved to read. A woman who let him lived with her talked about how he would read every book he could get his hands on. She also mentioned that he didn’t know how to do laundry so he just kept buying new clothes when the other ones got dirty.

      • gg says:

        Maybe I will sometime – people are interesting. I just have a hard time relating to anybody that poses for a picture with their middle finger sticking up like a jerk.

  30. claire says:

    Oh, F’ off Chris. Just go away. Far away.

  31. natalina says:

    Tupac was a poet…now a legend. I hate when living celebs compare themselves to dead legends.

  32. Shelly says:

    I’m not pro-Chris Brown but you should check the lady’s twitter history she’s been throwing shady ass comments at Chris Brown from about 2011…she’s obsessed.

    • Anon says:

      Or maybe he just writes a lot of dumb stuff on the internet and the comedian goes back the well of jokes he provides. Like comparing himself to Tupac, or throwing a chair through a window after being asked a question, everyone knew was going to be asked.

      Comedians are known to write more than one joke about a person, especially when that person keeps bringing the stupid. It’s actually their job. And Chris Brown’s brand of entitled, abusive, arrogance is just begging to be mocked. Like many have done on the internet and will continue to do.

      The auto-tune fool probably believes he is as talented as Tupac too. LOL

      • V4Real says:

        Chris Brown is an arrogant, self-indulged, immature prick who can”t take responsibility for his actions. I don’t doubt that. But let’s be real.

        Before his physical abuse of Rihanna, his talents were not in question and there were not many saying that he doesn’t have talent. The young man is talented; his faults lies with his his messed up attitude towards everything and not accounting for what he’s done.

        Mel Gibson is now considered a douche but there is no way we can say that he wasn’t a talented actor. Behavior doesn’t negate talent.

        Also a lot of today’s and yesterday’s artist use auto tunes.

      • Anon says:

        And you are entitled to your opinion.

        But Tupac had more depth, brains, and talent in his pinky than Chris Brown’s entire career. Auto-tune isn’t a sign of talent, it’s the sign of a lack of talent, and who cares if he can dance while lip-syncing?

        Seriously, the bar has been lowered so far, it’s tragic. I grew up with rap and hip-hop, the ‘talent’ of today would have been laughed out of the room if they were up against Big Daddy Kane, Run-DMC, Eric B and Rakim, Public Enemy, Tupac, etc. And auto-tuning any of their voices would have been a crime!

        The fact auto-tune helps today’s ‘talent’ isn’t something to praise or point out that it’s often used. It’s tragic turn for the entire industry.

      • V4Real says:

        Thank you for saying I am entittled to my opinion. SO IMO Tupac can’t touch the old school rappers that you mention. You said Tupac had more depth & brains then Chris. First Chris is a singer and Tupac was a rapper. Second the other rappers you mention didn’t call women bitches & hoes like Tupac did in some of his songs in order to sell records. Lastly Chris Brown does’t always use auto tunes. I pointed that out to say he is not along in using it.
        Many talented artist has used it once or twice, does that make them not talented b/c they did. Mary J. Blige, T.I., Black Eyed Peas, T-Pain, Lil Wayne, Jay Z & Kanye West and Jamie Fox just to name a few have used it. But they are all still talented. Funny thing about Jay is he had a song called “Death to Auto Tunes but he still used it on “New Day.” So using auto-tunes doesn’t neccesarily means you’re not talented.

        BTW if Pac was still alive can you say with great certainty that he would have never used auto-tunes? The music industry is constantly changing, so we never know.

        I did get it wrong when I mention artist of yesteryear. I was referring to the old Group called Zapp and they used what was called a Talkbox.

      • Anon says:

        Well, if were are going to break it down.

        First, Chris Brown brought up the Tupac comparison, so don’t get him confused with me, in terms of singers vs rappers. I was just keeping it consistent within HIS comparison.

        But thanks, for trying to smear me with his failings, and not understanding where that might have originated from. It’s a nice place for me to start. While pointing out rappers vs singers argument still doesn’t negated the fact that Tupac has more depth, brains, and talent than Chris.

        Second, the other rappers I mentioned didn’t sing about bitches because they were in a different era of rap than Tupac. So since you are being such stickler on comparisons you might want to note that in yours. And once again doesn’t negate the fact Tupac has more talent.

        Third, Chris Brown doesn’t hold a candle to any of the talent you named. And with the exception of T Pain, all of them are from long before Brown’s era. So that doesn’t really fit the clean comparison criteria you seem to be applying to me. Geez, even Lil Wayne is from the 90s.

        Fourth, when bringing up that same auto-tune list you also blended the rappers and singers so you got a little intellectually sloppy on that front. While trying to apply a different set of standards on me. ;)

        Fifth, Tupac using auto-tune, if you want to believe he would cover up his classic voice with it, that is on you. There is no way I will sign off on that theory!

        And lastly, Zapp is a funk band which we didn’t discuss. But auto-tune and talk-box are two different tools. And I highly doubt Chris Brown will EVER have the impact that Zapp has had on the industry. Another huge talent when compared to Chris Brown.

        The dude is lucky he came up in this era.

      • V4Real says:

        Let’s be clear:

        First I never said that CB was more talented than Tupac. I said no matter what Chris Brown has done in his personal life, he is still talented. That’s not comparing him musically to Tupac.
        I did say however it’s hard to compare a rapper to a singer. But I mentioned singers and other rappers that have used auto-tunes because you believe that people who use auto-tunes have no talent. It doesn’t matter if some of these artist have been established for awhile, the point is that they still used it and they used it recently. Chris don’t use auto-tunes on all his songs.

        I mentioned that maybe the comparisons that Chris is trying to make between him and Tupac is that Chris want’s to come off as a thug when Tupac was actually one. Please don’t get upset with me for using that word but the man said it himself.

        Just like you said rap was changing and entering into a different era, then so is technology. Auto-tunes is popular now but back during Tupac’s era it wasn’t available. Some artist like to use it because it gives a unique sound on the other hand some artist have to use it because they are not so musically blessed, I get that. In the 90′s we didn’t have all this modern tech like Google, FB, MYSpace, Twitter and if not for sites like Cele/Bitchy we wouldn’t be able to communicate our differences of opinions. So just like rap changed so did everything else, including the way artist record music.

        Now I’ll say again the only simalarities that I see between Chris/Pac is that Chis wants to be a thug where Pac was actually one. Pac was arrested and served time for rape but that didn’t take away from his talent. Now if that is the goal Chris is aiming for, then he is sicker than I thought. As talented as Pac was he still did a lot of bad in his life no matter how much good you try to point out, there is no denying that. A lot of his songs were very derogatory. I bet if Cele/Bitchy was around back then we would be blasting his ass for the shit he did.
        What does Chris really mean by saying the only person that he could relate to is Pac? Did he mean as an entertainer or did he mean behavior. Help me understand, I might have read it wrong. Was he comparing himself to Tupac musically or was he saying that Tupac would understand his behavior since they both had foul behavior. I didn’t catch the part where he compared himself to Pac. Just look at the photo on Cele/Bitchy that they took from Chris Instagram; Pac is flipping the bird. That’s the behavior I would expect from Chris right now. I’m thinking Chris meant behavior and not talent when talking about relating to Pac. I’m not trying to get into a Cele/Bitchy war with you over Chris, I think he’s an idiot. I was just saying that his behavior doesn’t negate from his talent, the same with Tupac. I said the same thing about Mel Gibson, he’s a douche but the man is a talented actor.

        But like you said Chris can’t compare to Tupac musically, I think Tupac couldn’t compare to groups like Run DMC, Public Enemy, Boogie Down Production, Kool Moe Dee,Dougie Fresh and The Get Fresh Crew. A lot of these rappers dealt with issues but they did it with style. Remeber the song “Self-Destruction?”

  33. Letitia says:

    A woman brought you into this world so you have no right to disrespect one – tupac

    I think Chris brown should take a lesson from “the only person he relates to” just sayin!

    • V4Real says:

      I tried to post some lyrics from a Tupac song but couldn’t post. But anyways in his song title “How do you want it”, he is calling women _itches & hoes and being graphic about how he wants to bang them. He even called Civil Right’s Activist and politician Delores Tucker a mother you know what because she was against a lot of profane rap lyrics. I’m willing to bet if Twitter had existed during this time Pac & Delores might have been in a twitter war as well.

      Maybe there are some similarities between Tuapc and Chris Brown and they’re not good. Don’t let one good song from Tupac fool you. In that song I mentioned he is obviously showing a lot of disrepect for women.

      • Anon says:

        It’s nice what you are trying to do. By pointing out the bad points on Tupac, it somehow shows that maybe Chris has a chance.

        But seriously, Tupac’s mom fought to instill an educational foundation and view of the world that Chris Brown clearly doesn’t possess. Yes, Tupac treated some women badly and other women he put on pedestals.

        What woman has Chris Brown put on a pedestal? Even his own mom he defamed with his twitter rant. Tupac wouldn’t have put those words in his mother’s mouth. Even during her drug days.

      • V4Real says:

        But still does that make it ok since Pac had respect for some women but not all. No it doesn’t make it ok. It’s wonderful that he had respect for his mother but what about other people mothers and daughters who he didn’t respect (Delores Tucker)she was somebody’s mom. His mother might have tried to instill educational foundations and views of the world but couldn’t he have expressed it like some of those other great rappers you mention earlier. Couldn’t he have done it w/o calling women bitches & hoes. Couldn’t he have done it without threatening to kill people and overly using the N Word. I’m sure that’s not the kind of foundation his mom tried to instill.

        I’m sure a lot of us could relate to some of the things Pac was rapping about but Pac did it in away to sell records, not like the classy rappers such as Public Enemy did. You complained about the way today’s music industry was going. Rember some of the old school rappers complained about the direction that rap music was taken and Tupac was one of those artist they were talking about.

        I hope Chris can get his stuff together before it’s too late. One simalarity I see btwn CB and Pac is that they both defamed women because they didn’t like what that woman said. Just b/c Pac didn’t do it to his mom still don’t make it right. Like I said if Pac had access to all the social networks that we do today, most likely there would have been the same rant btwn him and Tucker as it is with CB and Johnson.

      • Anon says:

        We can agree to disagree on Tupac vs Chris Brown.

        I do understand the points you are making and really much of the problem starts with Chris Brown’s comparisons.

        Yes, some rappers complained about the place Tupac took the genre, but none of them denied his talent. He was a different era when they all were throwing the negativity into rap.

        Hip-hop, which was break dancing, tagging, and rapping, was originally about positivity and getting out of the violence and ‘fighting’ with words, or tagging, or break dancing.

        So yes, Tupac was taking the genre to a place it was meant to step away from. But life got even more cynical after the 80s and crack cocaine starting ripping families apart.

        So, Chris Brown is from bubble gum pop world compared to the Black Panther existence of Tupac’s world. It’s really is the failing of Chris Brown’s attempt at comparing his life to Tupac’s where they just don’t rate even close to equal.

        I lived in the SF bay area when the Black Panthers came up and fought for their rights with the Constitution in one hand and a shotgun in the other. Black people were getting slaughtered by the police in Oakland. They started breakfast programs for hungry kids and protected their neighbors. Even Tupac’s mom fought for extra food for pregnant inmates, which stands to this day.

        Chris Brown got punked on Twitter.

        The two just aren’t equal on any level. That is why he is mocked. That these fools that follow him think they are even close, shows they don’t even know recent history.

        Like I said, I get what you are trying to do, but Chris Brown is shallow, Tupac wasn’t. And yes, they both treated women poorly.

      • V4Real says:

        In no way, shape or form I am defending Chris Brown’s behavior. I was only saying he does have talent, I never said his talent was better than Tupac but I can’t compare a rapper to a singer. Chris might have compared himself to Tupac but not me. I said they exhibited some of the same behavior . It’s true; CB physically abused Rihanna & Pac was convicted and served time for rape. It doesn’t matter what era the singers I mention are from, the point was that they all used autotunes and they used it recently, not in the 90′s, therfore music is changing.

        I never said that the rappers siad Tupac wasn’t talented, I said they didn’t like the direction that rap was taking. Just like you don’t like the way the industry is going today with auto-tunes. Maybe now is the era of auto-tunes.

        I mention Zapp to say that I got it wrong when I said the artist of yesteryear used a talkbox, not autotunes. I guess you didn’t catch that. Still Chris is an ass but Tupac was a disrespectful young man as well.

  34. simone says:

    I think we, and that includes me too, should stop talking about this asshole.

  35. MerryHappy says:

    Frankly, I’m surprised he didn’t say Jesus. You know, because people keep ‘hating and not letting him be great.’ Kind of like the Romans with Jesus, right?
    Little baby douche.

  36. Ruyana says:

    In my opinion Fist Brown is the world’s biggest asshat and a whiny-ass titty baby on top of it. Can’t stand him and my opinion of Riri fell into the basement when she started hooking up with him again.

  37. gg says:


    And just think, Justin Bieber likes being associated with Chris Brown.

  38. skuddles says:

    Bitchboy PLEASE!! Tupac would slap the stupid out of your head if he were alive today.

  39. Dommy Dearest says:

    Why can’t he just man up and rightfully compare himself to Ike Turner?

  40. GirlyGirl says:

    Hey Chris, why don’t you join him then?


  41. erika says:

    poor unfortunate soul….

    chris b can only spur me write a few words i could care less about …’it’ ..

    spud. u r a useless tool.

    and yes, that verbal tete e tete really bothered me, i do agree on the ‘verbal rape’ and it gave me the creeps to think that if he raping someone (c’mon, he either HAS or will) that he would use that kind of language while attacking.

    yeah i said it brown, i think you ARE a rapist. a batterer, rapist, skum.

    leave us alone, keep off social media. F off, leave US alone

  42. erika says:

    pawr will chrissy! chrissy got a woo woo on the funny computer thing w/ a birdy!

    chrissy! can i make your boo boo ok? you can ‘woo woo’in my mouth and eye if it makes u feel better boo boo!

    why not go take a nappy nap nap in your Simpsons bedspread, you know, the one your lil friend Riri boo took a picture o. that’s a good boy, go snuggle w/ bart.

    mmmwaaa! kiss your owee!

  43. emma says:

    ARE YOU KIDDING ME!? I hate this kid so much.
    Tupac was a thoughtful poet. Brown is an entitled “hater”-hater.

  44. jellyfish says:

    I have always believed that Tupac was INNOCENT and never raped anyone. But hey that is just me.

  45. Adrien says:

    Tupac was gunned down by a rival. Chris brown was trashed by a comedienne on twitter. Yeah, I see the similarity.

  46. Moi says:

    I was thinking more like O.J. Simpson, not Tupac.

  47. tigerblood says:

    Oh, HELL NO……..This mother bleep-bleep…said that…First of all, wtf is Chris Brown on? Dude been depressed and sh/it and saying crazy crap latey….SOmeone kick his soapbox already. Second of all, Tupac is a legend;a poet.Yes he has controversial issues like gang,media and whatnot. But Tupac was a smart guy actually…The only similarity they have is outlash from the media THAT’S IT… Chris Brown just admit you’re similar to Ike Turner

  48. floridaseaturtle says:

    Yeah, just wow. I also belive the truth is that Tupac was set up. He was not a ‘rapist’. I can sympathize that they each had/have the same type of people against them (indstry or thugs, either)..or some simiar demons. But not the violence thing. And no, still doesn’t mean anywhere near the same class or mindset. Sorry, just no.