I know a lot of you were hoping the title of this blog implied there was only 24 more hours left in the great scourge to society, but no this is a recap of his scouraging from yesterday. Chris started off by lighting up a valet who dared to ask him to pay for his car. And of course someone video taped the encounter. When told that the fee was 10 dollars Chris snapped.
"Gimme my f*cking keys ... f*ck ten dollars.Gimme my keys ... we gonna turn this whole spot up ... I promise you."
Brown's entourage paid the valet while Chris continued to mumble threats as he got in his car. A short time later Chris's people explained his position.
"Chris attended a charity event and the valet parking was only suppossed to be $5. The valet was attempting to rip Chris off because he's a celebrity. It's not the money that outraged him, but the principle".
Yes Chris Brown, man of principle. And the way men of principle respond to being overcharged is unleash a flood of filth that ends with threats. So for those of you who would have responded by pointing to the whatever sign you saw that says $5 and say "I thought it was $5" clearly you have no principals.
Chris then ended his day with some bizarre Bieber drama. Justin's friend Lil Twist was driving Justin's $110,000 Chrome Fisker when he crashed in to some cement polls that protect the front of a liquor store. He did enough damage that parts of the car of fell off. He then made a call and minutes later a BMW rolled in to the lot and the driver told Twist "Get all of them pieces and throw them in my trunk", and then Twist rode off in the BMW. He just abandoned the car? Yup. Isn't leaving the scene of a car accident a crime? Yup. Is that news what caused Justin Bieber to collapse in London and be sent to the hospital? Who knows? How does this all tie in to Chris? The passenger in the Beamer....Chris Brown. Chris's folks have since denied it to TMZ, but they probably have an auto-generated e-mail that responds to all inquiries about Chris.
"Our client Chris Brown was not at the scene of the event in question and if there's video or photographic proof that he was there then we deny that he assaulted anyone. And if there's video proof of him assaulting anyone then it was caused by racial slurs that were hurled at our client. We have no further comment at this time".
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