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today11 November, 2023
Chris Brown fans, affectionately called called #TeamBreezy, have been working overtime over the last day defending their favorite as reports rang out the R&B superstar took shots as rapper G Herbo during a recent interview with Web personality/comic Funny Marco.
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Hot on the promo trail in support of his November 10-released album ‘11:11,’ Brown took to Marco’s show to discuss the album and much more.
During the chat, Chris quizzed the host on why he let G-Herbo bully him during an interview that happened weeks prior.
Many took the question as a diss, especially after G (born Herbert Wright III) took to Instagram to rant that he was going to “slap the f-ck” out of anyone who has his name in their mouths (as seen in the video above).
Although it was speculated the commentary was directed to Breezy, Wright quickly clarified it wasn’t.
“I’m not talking about no f-cking Chris. Stop posting this gang; y’all reaching,” he said on IG.
The ‘Run It’ singer followed by up running to social media to double down.
“Y’all gotta chill with the negative sh-t,” Brown started his IG post. “Herbo is my real blooda…chill da f-ck out Jesus Christ.”
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