Chris Brown, or C Breezy, weighed in on today’s internet storm that is Kim Kardashian‘s snapchat story. The story outed footage of Taylor Swift and Kanye West speaking about Kanye’s (infamous) “Famous” lyric. With accusations and abuse thrown at both sides of the Swift/West feud, it’s been a tough day for the internet.
The provocative lyric Swift and West discussed was “I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex/ Why? I made that b**ch famous.” Kanye (in un-characteristic fashion) called Taylor to let her know about her shout-out before he released the song. Taylor had previously denied having knowledge about the lyrics, and rejected Kanye’s thoughts that he had any claim over her fame.
In the phone call, Kanye said to Taylor, “I want things that make you feel good. I don’t wanna do rap that makes people feel bad.”
To which Taylor replied “Um, yeah, I mean go with whatever line you think is better. It’s obviously very tongue-in-cheek either way. And I really appreciate you telling me about it, that’s really nice.”
However, their cordial conversation later led to more shade and confusion than the public could handle. This fuelled the fire, and (kind of) explains Kim blasting Taylor to the world, with the flattering hashtag of “#KimExposesTaylor” going through twitter like a wrecking ball.
Chris Brown took to Taylor Swift’s instagram, starting with the oh-so-sensitive words “WHO GIVES A F**K.”
Brown digressed to say “I just wanna see things from artists (celebrities) that actually f**king matter.”
“I DON’T F**K WIT CELEBRITIES. Real talk. There isn’t a core to them, only the surface,” he said.
Though Brown’s stream of comments are Kanye-esque in their blunt anger, his thought process is clear. Brown suggests that when it comes to artists, discussing private lives and endless feuds is both superficial and distracting.
Brown summarizes his point by clearly stating “Make music and shut the f**k up.”
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