Chris Brown Breaks Silence Over Battery Accusations, Laughs Off Investigation Into Claims He Smacked A Woman Inside His L.A. Home
Chris Brown is speaking out for the first time since he was accused of battery after allegedly smacking a woman so hard, her weave fell off.
As RadarOnline.com reported, the 32-year-old singer is currently being investigated by police over the alleged incident that reportedly went down at his Los Angeles home during the weekend.
But the Grammy winner isn't sweating the allegations -- instead, he appears to be addressing them head-on.
Just hours after the news broke on Monday, Brown took to his social media and put up a cryptic message.
"YALL SO DAMN," he posted on his Instagram Stories, adding a blue cap. The emoji is slang for "capping" -- aka lying -- and generally used for when you want to call someone out.
He also added several laugh-crying emojis. Brown didn't stop there either.
The singer also shared a photo of himself with the caption, "Don’t trip."
On Tuesday, he was back at it, posting about his latest ventures and using his platform once again.
First, he posted a clip from his latest collab with Wale, Angles. Next, Brown showed behind-the-scenes footage of 1500 Sound Academy, a music school in Inglewood, CA, where all the teachers are famous.
In one of the videos, Brown excitedly talked about helping the youth thrive.
"Been waiting for something like this for the generations to come," the singer captioned the clip. "If you don't have super powers [sic] yet, just wait... You will."
This is a different picture than what was painted about Brown over the weekend.
According to reports, a woman called police from Brown’s home in the San Fernando Valley and claimed the singer slapped her.
She alleged Brown hit her so hard, her weave fell off.
Police took a battery report which named Brown as the suspect. Sources claimed the woman had no visible injuries and said her weave was “dislodged.”
The alleged assault comes 12 years after he was arrested for beating his then-girlfriend, Rihanna.
Brown was sentenced to five years probation and ordered to 1,4000 hours of hard labor.