Chris Brown Responds To Karrueche: ‘I Fought For The Woman I Love’

Chris Brown Responds To Karrueche: ‘I Fought For The Woman I Love’

Chris Brown’s response to Karrueche Tran’s stunning Instagram message was pretty much as stunning. The 26-year-old artist reacted with an Instagram message he could call his own hours after Karrueche. He expressed gratitude toward Kae, 27, for being a piece of his life and said all he ever did was attempt to fight for her love. Whoa. This relationship just took an intriguing turn.

“I’m eternally thankful for you being in a part of my life,” Chris wrote on Instagram. “I’ve learned so much from you. I wish u nothing but happiness and the best. ❤️ @karrueche all I was doing was trying to fight for the woman I love. Thanx I learned a lot ✌️.”

Amazing. We didn’t expect that sort of response from Chris. His relationship with Karrueche has been tumultuous in the course of recent months, and she did say some really terrible things in regards to him in her rant. It shows up as though Chris isn’t over Karrueche, and his message appears like one final endeavor to demonstrate how much he loves her.

The drama all began after Chris gave an interview with Ryan Seacrest on June 9 and talked about Karrueche and her recent talk with Access Hollywood. Clearly, she didn’t care for what he needed to say. She went off on the “loyal” vocalist and let him know they were over because of his “Lack of Loyalty.”

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