Oh Breezy. After his epic blow up with comedian/cyber bully Jenny Johnson last month, Chris Brown supposedly “quit” Twitter. He has since returned, but has taken a more positive tone. His Instagram account, however, is a different story.

Aptly named “Fuckyopictures,” Brown’s Instagram stream is your usual mishmash of tour photos, party shots, and expensive purchases, but it’s Brown’s penchant to jump in and comment on his followers’ comments that’s the problem.

After a few fans wondered if he was getting a little too thin, Brown had a message for them: worry about your own weight.

While it’s unclear whether or not those worrying about Brown’s weight are “super obese b*tches” as he asserts, his unnecessary swipe at his female fans (and not male fans) is telling.

Though I’m inclined to think it’s yet another example of Brown’s inability to censor himself and deal with the criticisms of strangers, Shane Roberts of the health blog Frugivore wonders if Brown’s reaction may be due to his own insecurities about his body.

Could Brown’s jab at his “fat ass” fans simply be a reaction to his insecurities about his own body? Sure. But it could also be yet another example of Breezy’s well-documented immaturity.

Whatever the answer, what’s clear is that Brown still needs a few lessons on how to behave on social media.

  • IslandgirlDesi

    Chris is extremely immature and needs to learn to filter his comments on social media and realize people will continue to take jabs at him because they enjoying ruffling his feathers. He has to realize some will like him and others will hate. You can’t please everyone- Clearly ignorance is bliss for him…smh

  • Tori

    Can we just stop giving this kid publicity every time he says some dumb shit like this? He is obviously extremely immature and constantly seeking attention, we shouldn’t appease him by talking about him all the time. Let me know when he actually says or does something compassionate or intelligent for a change. That would be news.

  • Mike

    He told the truth. I can’t think of a better description than “super obese” of black women walking around talking about they’re thick

  • Smilez_920

    This holiday season somebody should send Chris a card that says ” Sticks and Stones may break my bones , but words will never hurt me”.

    Smh someone tell CB that his fan base is made up of all differnt shape, sizes etc… Those supper fat girls are the ones buying your albums bruh, so chill out.

    But I’ll plus one Tori up top, I use to be a big fan but CB needs some media training and another anger management course .

  • http://theblackgirloncampus.blogspot.com Peace

    Breezy, just sing and dance. Don’t ever talk.

  • D.T.

    Nothing wrong with what he said. There needs to be a fat shaming movement. Stop juicIng these big broads into thinking they’re Fine And Thick. Rolls of fat are disgusting and a sign of laziness and lack of self control.

    Why the assumption that he is only talking to his male fans though?

  • D.T.

    *female fans

  • SaveanAbuser

    5, 4, 3, 2, 1, before the Chris Brown sheroes fly in with the usual his mid twenty year old ass is just a kid so give him a break or bring up Sean Penn. Actually, nope, I take that back, you can leave a woman for dead on the side of a rode, address women in all sorts of disrespectful manners but don’t dare say eesh about fat women.

  • Blue

    Did someone ever warn him that he will be loved & criticized by the public all the time? It comes along with the job, Chris. What he should have done was leave it alone & keep making music. Now you look ignorant & you probably lost a few loyal fans on top of it. SMH

  • http://gravatar.com/jswindell jswindell

    Even if they weigh 500+ lbs, he should still respect them if they make up most of his fan base. And since people don’t buy records like they once did, his shelf life is going to be much shorter than most may have predicted.

  • Apple

    Maybe we should all get on water drug he’s on then we all can look like coked out heroin addicts

  • E.m>S.


    Yeah no.

    What we need isto encourage healthy habits without the use of fatophobia. No one should be made to feel ashamed no matter what they look like. Stop taking personal offense to other people’s health choices, it doesn’t affect you and it’s none of your business. Not to mention you will look like a complete jerk to those of us with sense and respect for others.

    I implore you not to be as asshatted as Mr. Brown here.

  • t

    not even gonna pretend like i didn’t chuckle at that last part though *hangs my head in shame*

  • Marseeuh

    The old adage “sticks & stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me…” is a lie… think about the last time someone said something rude, hurtful to you…*selah* words do hurt. However, as an adult is all about how you respond that being said… Chris B needs serious anger management classes.

  • MimiLuvs

    IMO, Chris is one step away from ‘Yung Berg’-ing himself, thanks to his allergy of high roads.
    But then again, his fans doesn’t seem to have any self respect or common sense. Back in the day, in my hood, the term Breezy was used as slang for “ratchets”… How appropriate.

  • Toni

    Chris Brown does a lot of positve deeds, but the websites get more traffic when he does something ridiculous. When in doubt, post anything negative about Chris Brown and the visitors will come flocking to the post. His behavior is dispicable and the reporting of it is distasteful.

  • EST. 1986

    It sure is a lie.

  • EST. 1986

    “I can hear u wheezing on my comments.”

    Yea, I thought that was funny too.

  • http://gravatar.com/cocovabarbie KemaVAma

    “Why the assumption that he is only talking to his female fans though?”

    I wondered the same.

  • Kay

    I think that people should be healthy, but other people’s bodies aren’t anyone else’s business. And this sexist argument is clearly aimed at his female fans, because from what I know, obesity affects ALL people, female AND male. So if rolls are so disgusting, then a slew of his male fans need to hit the treadmill too. If he was so “concerned,” perhaps he could use his fame to educate people on healthy eating habits and exercise.

  • ?

    Is this some sort of joke? What do you think this animal meant by the word bitches?

  • http://deckedingreen.tumblr.com M.Shell

    Here’s an idea.. why don’t we just stop paying attention to in and everything that Chris Brown does? Seriously, why is this even news anymore? We all know how much of an asshole he is so stop showering him with attention!

  • Shay

    I want to write this off as an insensitive rant, but as a thin person who gets just as pissed when ppl (mostly fat ppl who call themselves thick) make comments about my weight, I cant help but agree with him. And its nothing but an ASSumption that he was only talking to female fans. Some ppl just cant handle it when a celebrity says WTF is on his mind and stops catering to “fans” feelings. He’s a person too and a guy. Get over yourself.

  • IsaidIt

    That may be true but he is also a person who depends on the loyalty of his fans. He’s extremely ignorant and shooting himself in the foot by being disrespectful to those who support him. If it weren’t for those fat bitches, he wouldn’t even be relevant. If comments anger him so much, maybe he needs to get off of social media websites… All the way off…like for real.

  • Ruminate

    The double standard regarding celebrities vs. everyday people baffles me. Why is it that everyday people can speak to celebrities without a filter, but become offended and insulted when they respond in the same manner? People are still people, whether they are famous or not. I am not a Chris Brown fan by any measure, but what I am is realistic. When will people learn that every action has a reaction? How many of the same people who habitually comment on various aspects of celebrities lives would do the same to some random on the street? We should all treat others with the same respect and sensitivity that we expect and desire. Also, for everyone questioning CB’s level of self control, history already revealed that he is clearly lacking. So why even take the risk of insulting him, as several people deem appropriate to do so, and then adamantly condemn him when he reacts. Just live and let live people, BUT be prepared to accept and deal with the consequences.

  • EST. 1986

    I have to agree with you there, which is why I get a good laugh at celebrities who ‘go off’ on people on Twitter when they have had enough.

  • http://gravatar.com/nolakiss16 binks

    Good point, if this exchange happened between two non-celebrities would this be a big deal…probably not. But again Chris Brown already showed his personality so why are we suprised, I agree with those who said stop giving him attention.

  • http://gravatar.com/jinnx Jinx Moneypenny

    No different from the kinda sh*t anonymous men would say and do say on a daily basis. Twitter is full of them.

  • D.T.

    Yet they can tease him about being skinny? You fatties are some of the most hypocritical people known to mankind. I’m no Chris Brown fan and I actually believe he is a jerk however don’t dish it if you can’t take it.

    And it is my business if I have to look at you all everyday and lose my appetite at the sight of your disgusting rolls.

  • lol

    really? that bad, huh?he looks skinny-healthy, not skinny-addicted, at least to me…

  • E.M.S.

    For some reason it’s not letting me reply to your reply. Anyway:

    If you gathered that I find that acceptable, you didn’t pay attention to my comment thoroughly, I said no matter what someone looks like, they should not be picked on. No one should dish, and no one should take it.

    And if you have such an issue with seeing overweight people, you’re welcome to stay indoors or keep your eyes closed in public :)

  • Ruminate

    @Jinx, if you are referring to my comment, I am a woman in every sense of the word. Also, your comment was rather sexist due to you assuming that only a man could say or think a certain kind of way. Stereotypical much? If the men that you follow/tweet, etc on twitter embody a mindset that is beneath your satisfaction, you might want to seek better quality people to follow. Lastly, just as African Americans are not a monolith people, women have various perspectives as well.

  • Demetria

    Chris Brown is a fatphobic misogynist.

  • http://gravatar.com/oneoutofbillionz oneoutofbillionz

    first he insulted his fans by beating a woman. then he insulted his fans by making fun of a dark skin women and now he is calling them fat. like i really don’t understand why his fans love him so much.

  • Seriously?

    everyday people are not depending on “fans” to stay relevant and make money.

  • Ruminate

    So you believe that fans who CHOOSE to spend their money supporting said celebrities have the right to disrespect them? As long as I buy your albums or purchase concert tickets I have every right to talk to you any kind of way without any backlash. The aforementioned mindset is the root of why fans end up with hurt feelings. Choosing to spend your money to support any celebrity does not equate to you owning them nor does it require that they lie down like animals while you verbally assault them. I mean do you go around berating employees of businesses or business owners? I mean after all, the success or failure of their business depends on your financial support right? How often do you allow someone to verbally disrespect you, your appearance, lifestyle etc without defending yourself? On the contrary, do you simply tell yourself that it is okay to be disrespected or mistreated as long as the person delivering the disrespect is paying? Pure foolishness.

  • ….

    @ruminate thats y i cant take these “hes fat shaming” comments seriously. if he was “fat shaming” then what exactly were they doing? ppl are up in arms about what he said but seem to have absolutely no issue with what they said to him…whatever.

  • http://twitter.com/Author_JGail J. Gail (@Author_JGail)

    I still remember when Chris Brown first came out. Heard him on a radio station interview in philly, and back then he was just a humble excited young kid, and I was rooting for him. Who would have ever thought it would come to this — complete 180. There is certainly something that transpires in the entertainment industry to change people for the worse.

  • nigerian sistah

    Fame only brings out what is already in you.

  • Seriously?

    Also your comment about do I go around berating employees and or owners and the answer is no. however, two things 1. Employees of business deal with people like that all the time and they can’t go derailing the person or thats their job. Anytime they decide to attack and respond “their” way they always get fired or arrested(depending on what they do)
    and 2 if i were rude, insulting especially to the owners they would have a right to not serve me, ban me even ask me to leave the store all which is in their legal right.

    And despite how rude i may have been they still can’t stoop down to me level.

  • John O.
  • Billy Paul

    Some may argue that Mr. Brown is engaging in reciprocity, wherein he felt compelled to reply to certain individuals that were putting forth disparaging comment about his physique.

  • http://gravatar.com/niajolie JJ

    I’m beginning to think that he is a little slow.

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  • spookym

    That has got to be one of the stupidest, most laughable pictures/poses I’ve ever seen!

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