Oh, Breezy.

Chris Brown has had his fair share of tantrums since “the incident” that left his then-girlfriend, Rihanna, bloody and afraid for her life. Since then, he’s been attempting to reform his image and prove that he’s changed, but just when he seems to be on the comeback trail, something always pops up.

This time, the singer is being accused of cell phone theft stemming from an incident outside of a Miami nightclub.

According to TMZ, 24-year-old Christal Spann filed a police report with the Miami Beach PD alleging that Breezy snatched her iPhone and drove off.

After spotting Brown and rapper Tyga outside of a local club, Spann whipped out her phone and tried to take a picture of the two. But, things didn’t go according to plan. Spann claims Breezy got upset when he saw the phone and told her, “B*tch, you ain’t going to put that on no website.” She alleges Brown then snatched the phone, rolled up the window of his Bentley and drove off.

Police are investigating the alleged theft which, if substantiated, could violate the terms of Brown’s probation.

A similar incident happend involving Kobe Bryant over the summer after the NBA baller allegedly slapped a phone out of the hand of an eager fan trying to snap his picture at church.

While I’m most certainly not a Chris Brown fan and don’t condone him calling the young lady a “b*tch,” I do sympathize with him not wanting his picture taken.

Maybe next time fans will think twice before trying to sneak a pic of their favorite celeb.

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  • NOTRIGHT

    I don’t feel sorry for this FOOL

  • malik hemmans

    they gone lock purex head up smh

  • Cantarah

    “A similar incident happend involving Kobe Bryant over the summer after the NBA baller allegedly slapped a phone out of the hand of an eager fan trying to snap his picture at church.”

    Oh yeah. Totally similar. Except one is on probation for felony assault and one isn’t, one literally stole the fan’s phone and one didn’t, and one was in a church and the other was outside a club where it is perfectly legal to take pictures of anyone you wish. But other than that – yeah the incidents are totally similar. *rolls eyes*

    “While I’m most certainly not a Chris Brown fan and don’t condone him calling the young lady a “b*tch,” I do sympathize with him not wanting his picture taken.”

    Yeah, because you’re a sucker. If you had been the one thinking having your picture taken in public entitled you to stealing someone’s phone, you’d currently be in the county jail trying to make bail and nobody would be foolishly trying to half-assed defend you online.

    “Maybe next time fans will think twice before trying to sneak a pic of their favorite celeb.”

    Yes, because the lesson to be drawn from this for fans is to not try and legally take pics of their favorite celebrities outside of popular nightspots because celebrities are entitled to break the law so long as they can dance real good. Spot on. Excellent.

  • Really?

    I honestly can’t believe the ludicrousness of the last line. Maybe FANS should think twice? The reason basically ANY celebrity IS in fact a celebrity? Fans are the root of the sources of the (exorbitant) income that these people have. Yes, snapping a photo at church is completely inappropriate, but especially at a night club, where Chris probably got in free, got extremely expensive bottle service free, and may have even been PAID to be there is BECAUSE of fans who give a rat’s ass and spend money on him and products/places he endorses.