Chris Brown seems to attack Kehlani Parrish in Twitter rant after her suicide attempt: ‘There is no …
Chris Brown took to Twitter to seemingly slam Kehlani Parrish after her suicide attempt.
Not even a 20-year-old recovering from a suicide attempt seems to be safe from the Twitter wrath of Chris Brown.
The hot-tempered R&B singer unleashed an erratic social media stream late Tuesday, in which he appeared to attack singer Kehlani Parrish hours after she revealed she had tried to take her own life and was recovering from in a hospital.
“There is no attempting suicide. Stop flexing for the gram. Doing s— for sympathy so them comments under your pics don’t look so bad,” the 26-year-old wrote.
Brown and his viral punches stood in stark contrast from Nick Cannon —who rushed to Parrish’s bedside — and other stars who flooded her with an outpour of support after her heart wrenching Instagram post about wanting to “leave this Earth.”
The “Did I” singer wrote about accusations of being unfaithful to NBA star Kyrie Irving while addressing her suicide attempt on social media.
While Brown never called her out by name he did write “KYRIEMVP.”
The free-swinging artist began his apparent diss by doling out confusing relationship advice.
“Girls be mad at a n—a for f—ing around wit b—-es but her DMs got more names than the Declaration of Independence,” he wrote.
Brown didn’t try hide his venomous tirade, adding the hashtag “YeahImThrowingShade.”
OK IM DONE. Guess she gone have to watch the games from a real “box” now. “THE TELEVISION” #OHB “OUTTA HERE BIH”
— Chris Brown (@chrisbrown) March 30, 2016
In a since-deleted post, Parrish claimed she had already broken up with Irving when she got back together with rapper PARTYNEXTDOOR, who appeared to be at her bedside when she awoke in the hospital.
Parrish shared this photo of an IV in her arm at a hospital after allegedly trying to take her life.
Breezy ended his offensive rant with another clear allusion to Parrish and her former romance with Irving.
“OK I’m done. Guess she gonna have to watch the games from a real ‘box’ now. ‘The television’ #OHB ‘Outta here bih,’ he wrote.
Naturally, the internet exploded in anger.
“I can’t believe I use to look up to you,” wrote one user.
“Relationship advice from Chris Brown .. 2016 is wild,” another wrote on Twitter.