FOX Slams Chris Brown and NBC, Brown Fires Back: ‘People Really Should Grow Up’

Chris Brown is not too happy with FOX News, after the network bashed him and NBC for promoting “bad behavior.”

On the heels of Brown’s performance on the Today Show Summer Concert Series, which saw a record breaking 12,000 plus fans piling into Times Square to see the R&B crooner, Fox News slammed NBC for promoting Brown, insisting his guilty plea for beating Rihanna in 2009, his lyrical content and his current image is unacceptable.

“Now whatever you think of his music, Chris Brown beat his girlfriend to a pulp, he uses the N-Word, the C-Word, the S-Word, the F-Word, the most degrading misogynistic lyrics in some of his top songs like “Look At Me Now,” he trashed the ABC studio, yet he’s treated like royalty, the Pope, whatever the best analogy is on the Today show,” says a Fox News Anchor in the below video.

After watching the special, Brown took to Twitter to voice his frustration on what he called a “Bogus and pointless story.”

“People really should grow up sometimes! I guess the next story they make up will say “chris brown paid the fans to come! #stopit5 hahaha,” says Brown. “I get it though! They are upset at the fact that the today show actually focuses on talent instead of an almost 3 year old incident! Running bogus and pointless stories don’t matter! My fans prove that everyday and the haters just look old as F**k !”

He continues: “I keep my head high and my middle finger higher! I love team breezy. Let’s just laugh it off cuz they mad. Ahahahahaha…Fame + Platinum= Fortune! Nobody can take my joy. I have some of the most incredible fans in the world. I love my fans…everyone of them. Special moments in my life are because of you! Thank you”

Rapper 50 Cent, who also tune into the special, voiced his support for Brown, calling the segment “Unbelievable.”

“I just saw a clip on FOX news Hating on NBC for having chris brown on…unbelievable,” says 50 Cent. “I’m never watching that again. He paid for his mistake #!@%*# holes.”

Did this special warrant a purpose?

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