Joyner Lucas Passionately Defends Chris Brown Against His Online Haters

20 March 2018, 10:02

Joyner Lucas defends Chris Brown

He even compared Breezy to an influential historic figure...

Joyner Lucas has jumped to Chris Brown's defence amid the ongoing controversy surrounding the R&B singer's troubled past.

During a lengthy Instagram rant, the Massachusetts rapper stuck up for his 'Stranger Things' collaborator and suggested that Breezy's history shouldn't distract from his musical talent.

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Speaking to the camera, Lucas slams people who hold Brown's past against him - most notably, his infamous assault of ex-girlfriend Rihanna in 2009.

"Every time this ni**a do some superhuman sh*t, the first thing mother f*ckers wanna post is, 'Oh, but he’s a woman beater.'" he begins.

Watch the video below.



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"You can do that sh*t all you want but that does not take away from the fact that he’s gonna do what he do better than any ni**a who’s ever done it."

Lucas went on to compare Brown's past to that of famous civil rights figure Malcolm X, before suggesting his online may be a result of jealousy concerning said hater's favourite artists.

"You can run to that comment. That’s a scapegoat comment, ni**a. Just remember, Malcom X had a past."

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"When the ni**a start dancing better than your favorite dancers, ‘Oh, but he’s a woman beater.’ When that ni**a starts singing better than any ni**a who’s ever sung before, ‘Oh, but he’s a woman beater,'” he said. 

"Then the ni**a start rapping better than your favorite rappers – ‘But he’s a woman beater.’ And then the ni**a starts ballin’ better than your favorite baller – ‘But he’s a woman beater.’ Shut the f*ck up!"

In response, Brown reposted the video - which has since been deleted from Lucas' own account - and thanked him for his support.

Meanwhile, Brown was recently featured in a since-pulled Snapchat feature which asked users whether they would rather 'Slap Rihanna' or 'Punch Chris Brown'.

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