A Playlist To Help Chris Brown Deal With The “Haters”
Posted by Newson 02/15/2012 at 12:37 PM
Angry Chris Brown strikes again. Nary a week has gone by since the Grammy Awards gifted him with two different performances on prime-time television and Brown is already sounding off against those who like to criticize. Easy, Breezy. The engraving is likely not even complete on your Best R&B Album award! Brown tweeted a colorful message to his detractors on Tuesday, who have not held back from criticizing Grammy producers’ decision to gift him with so much screentime following the unforgotten car ride with Rihanna three years ago: “HATE ALL U WANT BECUZ I GOT A GRAMMY Now! That’s the ultimate FUCK OFF!” As he’s wont to do, Brown then promptly deleted his words. But not before a screenshot was passed around for all the Internet to form an opinion—or retaliate with a trending topic.
But Breezy, we’ve been over this before: Rather than take to social media to address everyone who doesn’t like you—and there are many—why not just channel that anger through song? With “hater” being such a large part of our lexicon for over 10 years running, there are plenty of great kiss-off anthems to get your creative juices flowing:
“HI HATER” — MAINO
“HATE ON ME” — CHRIS BROWN
“PLAYAS GON’ PLAY” — 3LW
“DEDICATION 2 MY HATERS” — SLIM THUG
“HATERS” — TONY YAYO FEAT. 50 CENT, ROSCOE DASH, SHAWTY LO
Alas, everything appears to be well and good among Team Breezy’s leader—nothing a couple of drinks and a few hours in front of Playstation can’t fix. Until next time, folks.
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