Celebrities often avoid speaking out on controversial topics, but rapper Joyner Lucas isn’t afraid to speak his mind. He recently caused a stir by defending Chris Brown, who has faced personal problems despite his undeniable talent in the R&B industry. Lucas drew attention to the case, sparking a heated debate on social media.
With a career spanning over a decade, Chris Brown has wowed fans around the world with his electric performances, sultry voice and captivating dance moves. however, the Loyal The singer has repeatedly found himself in the eye of public storms due to many incidents in his personal life.
Joyner Lucas vigorously defends Chris Brown
For some, Brown’s indiscretions have marred their perception of his talent. But for Joyner Lucas, this continued criticism is disproportionate and downright unfair. In an explosive video posted on his official Twitter account, Lucas didn’t mince his words.
“I’ll say this once and I’m not going to say it again: No slander of Chris Brown will be tolerated. “I’m talking about you crazy, crazy celebrities who go on these podcasts and start banging around me for no reason at all.”
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In the same videoLucas made a strong statement in defense of Brown, going above and beyond his previous impassioned defense. He claimed that Chris Brown is “the closest we came to Michael Jackson.” Joyner Lucas dismissed the criticism of The Weeknd, saying: “It is what it is.”
“We came closest to Michael Jackson. I don’t care what you say about The Weekend. It is what it is.”
This caused fans to react strongly, with many analyzing Lucas’ comments. Some believed his words were directed at Selena Gomez, given her rumored backlash at the VMAs. Lucas’ Instagram stories later confirmed this suspicion and further criticized Gomez.
Joyner Lucas didn’t just stop there. He also appeared to make a few jokes at Tinashe, an American-Zimbabwean artist, referring to a podcast where she talked about her “embarrassing” collaborations with R. Kelly and Chris Brown.
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