Chris Brown has furiously lashed out after women said they were offended by his song lyrics.
One fan said she felt discriminated against because of some of the things he’s been singing about lately.
One woman took to Twitter to share some of his song lyrics for track Need A Stack that read: “Only wanna f**k black b*****s with the nice hair”
She said: “So, I’ve been a Chris Brown fan for atleast half of my life. IN HIS RECENT SONG FROM HIS ALBUM (Need A Stack) he said ‘I only f**k black b*****s with the nice hair’ and I just wanted to know, what is nice hair..?”
Another said: “So is this considered a ‘preference’ or ‘discrimination’. Listen we all have preferences I’ll give you that. Never will I discriminate against my own kind.”
But Chris, 30, hit back.
He ranted: “Weird ass angry people. Sincerely, from the bottom of my balls … I DONT GIVE A F**K BOUT YALL NEGATIVE BOOTYFACE ASS B*****S.
“IM START GIVING AWAY FREE LACE-FRONTS FOR ALL YOU WIERD FEMALES WITH THE SKID ROW EDGES AND LOW SELF ESTEEM. ASIDE FROM THAT …. HOP OFF THESE NUTTS.
“Half y’all look like the BUDWEISER FROGS.. SO PLEASE DONT COME WIT DA BULLS**T. I WILL FIRE DAT ASS UP AND ROAST THE HELL OUT YOU OVERLY SENSITIVE DUCKHEAD ASS WEIRDOS”
It comes after the singer was summoned to Paris for a face-to-face meeting with the student who has accused him of raping her.
Legal sources in Paris confirmed a report in the Parisian newspaper that the 24-year-old alleged victim, who cannot be named for legal reasons, has provided compelling evidence of an attack.
The victim claims she was raped by Brown, his bodyguard, and a third man in the early hours of January 16.
She made a detailed complaint to prosecutors about her alleged ordeal inside the star’s £19,000 suite at the Mandarin Oriental hotel in Paris, leading to the three men being investigated for ‘aggravated rape’ and ‘breaking drug laws.’
They were arrested and held in custody a week later – on January 21 – yet, on their release 24 hours later, Brown made immediate plans to return to the USA.
Brown and his co-accused have vehemently denied any wrongdoing, and are on unconditional release, without having been charged with anything.
They were all given their passports back in January.