A celebrity with a scandal hanging over his/her heads would avoid two kinds of people: the paparazzi and outspoken people. And it seems Chris Brown planned to do just that, starting with blocking Chrissy Teigen on Twitter.
On Wednesday, March 4, Chrissy Teigen posted a Twitter screenshot showing that she has been blocked from following Chris Brown’s Twitter account and from viewing his tweets. She then accompanied the screenshot with a sad emoticon.
Teigen’s tweet instantly got some responses, mostly from Brown’s fans who ‘pitied’ her for not getting into the news about Brown from here on. Not willing to let Brown’s fans have the last laugh, Teigen tweeted back a series of comments on how aggressive they are in defending Brown and that she’s planning to rest her case for now.
Back in 2012, Teigen posted some rather hateful comments about Brown regarding his performance during the 2012 Billboard Music Awards on Twitter. This led to quite a buzz from Brown’s fans on the social media site in the next few days. Later on, the tweets escalated to death threats and comments on Teigen’s then-fiance-and-now-husband, John Legend to ‘leash’ her down.
This is probably the reason why Brown decided to take matters into his own hands and block Teigen from his account before she gets to make any comment about his life, particularly the recent baby scandal he got into.
Brown has practically been grilled in the past few days due to TMZ reporting of his allegedly having a 9-month old baby from a former model he’d apparently gotten close with several years ago. Unfortunately, Brown still has not made any official statements regarding this issue. Thus, everyone’s been voicing out their own opinions of the matter, including Brown’s own girlfriend Karreuche Tran, who tweeted that she doesn’t want to be involved in the issue.
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