Chris Brown apologizes for twitter feud Chris Brown has come out to publicly apologize once again for his twitter feud with singer, Raz B. The feud blew up over some comments that Raz made about mistreating women and he used Brown as an example. Brown then responded by attacking Raz on a variety of fronts, such as his career, and allegations that he was sexually molested by his former manager.

Chris Brown came out via his twitter account to squash the beef and apologize for potentially offending anyone, gay or straight, with his comments. Here’s what Brown had to say, “Yesterday was an unfortunate lack in judgment sparked by public Twitter attacks from Raz B, who was bent on getting attention. Words cannot begin to express how sorry and frustrated I am over what transpired publicly on Twitter.”

Brown went on to conclude, “I love all of my fans, gay and straight. I have friends from all walks of life and I am committed, with God’s help, to continue becoming a better person,” TMZ reports.

Raz B also publicly apologized for his outburst and while the two will not be friends anytime soon, for now, the beef is done.

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  • December 31, 2010 | Permalink |

    he is not the one to be apologising … raz b started it all .. if you check out raz b twitter before the argument even started he was tweeting to rihanna saying how much he loved her and songs that he wrote for her .. to me he was jealous that chris brown had rihanna and thought he would be a twat and start the argument .. chris brown was only sticking up for himself like i would do .. but yet again its always CHRIS BROWNS fault and it really pisses me off .. everyone needs toget over it ..

  • December 31, 2010 | Permalink |

    Does anyone else notice the disparity between the power behind the gay community versus the Black community? Brown makes mild homosexual references and they both throw out “nigga” so freely and casually. I’m sorry, but Blacks don’t “own” this word by using it. It’s as nasty as calling someone a “fag”. So where is Al Sharpton to condemn both these clowns for their racial slurs?

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