As far as critics who are still “hating” him for attacking Rihanna are concerned, they can kiss his entire body. After pleading guilty to felony assault for beating up his singer ex-girlfriend before the 2009 Grammy awards, the rapper has now appeared to back a string of artists accused of abuse on social media. In addition to runningted about people still pushing a “narrative” about his attack on Rihanna, he also appeared to back a string of artists accused of abuse.
A mostly all-caps rant on Instagram also referred to rapper Blueface and his girlfriend Chrisean Rock’s fight-filled relationship:
I’m 33! I’m tired of you putting on this narrative. You weirdos are the same ones who watch Blueface and Chrisean fight each other every week.
That’s okay? It’s entertainment, right?” He said it was a mistake for him to attack Rihanna when he was 17 years old, then wondered where “cancel culture” was when it came to “white artists” who “date underage women” or “beat their wives to death”, adding, “Oh, yeah. That’s right.. they are your buddies. Stay out of my way or you’ll get run over.
A series of photos of white actors and performers accused of or charged with abuse, including Mel Gibson, Ozzy Osbourne, and Tommy Lee, followed by a signoff: “I’ve got time today”. Karrueche Tran, 34, was granted a five-year restraining order against Chris in 2017 after he allegedly became aggressive toward her when she refused to return gifts and money he gave her during their relationship.
Rihanna’s fans slammed him for commenting on social media: “GO GIRL” after his half-time Super Bowl performance, during which she revealed she was pregnant with her second child.
She came under fire after announcing a new song featuring Chris, given his history of abuse, days later.