Chris Brown: “I’m Going To Be Hella Rich After All These Lawsuits”

Chris Brown and violent crimes seem to go together like Star Wars and billions of dollars slowly accumulating over the course of the last year. At least, according to the man himself. After police in Las Vegas began an investigation of an allegation of battery against the known violent offender and for some reason still relevant Chris Brown, the singer who puts the Rough & Brutal in R&B doesn’t seem to worry.

In fact, the pop star known for poppin’ bottles and jaws, seems to be excited about this suit. He thinks his new year is going to be a fruitful one when he makes bank suing all those who allege him in these sorts of charges. Including the latest victim, another woman who he “struck” and “took her cell phone from” in a hotel room at the Palms. The victim sustain minor injuries and is still without her phone. Which good for her, so now she won’t see his response to the incident via Instagram. 

Vegas Lt. Jeff Goodwin says a call was made at around 10:30 a.m. Saturday in regards to the brawl at the new year’s ball at the Palms Casino Resort. According to the report an altercation took place at the resort in a room after the victim attempted to take a picture of Brown. The singer slash fist swinger left before police had arrived. However he is listed still as a suspect in a misdemeanor of theft and battery.

So what did the rapping and attacking Chris Brown do next? He instagrammed about it, of course. “Keeping my circle small in 2016! I’m done taking the care of grown ass men. And I’m going to be hella rich after all the lawsuits I file from these crazy individuals who keep lying on my name. Happy NEW YEAR! Time for some of us to grow the fuck up!”


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