Chris Brown reportedly posted an anguished message on his Instagram account on Tuesday. But his representative is now claiming the message is a ‘fake,’ adding that the singer does not have an Instagram account.
In the ‘fake’ Instagram, the 23-year-old complained that he felt overwhelmed by the media reporting about him “on my radio, tv, and everything else,” E! Online reported.
“Im wise I can handle the hate but enough is enough yo!! … Im a human being and I honestly think I deserve respect im sick of being accused…”
“Im Tired y’all just don’t understand I’ve been going through this s***t since I was 19 years old … when am I gonna get a positive outcome out of anything I do? When can I get that feedback?”
Towards the end of the emotional outburst, Brown apparently wrote:
“I pray every day and night for a new outcome … and just when everything seems to be going good some new s***t happens … A day in my shoes is a day in hell, believe it or not! Y’all don’t wanna be in my predicament …”
The something Brown may (or may not) have been referring to is the stinger that just landed in the singer’s in-box courtesy of Los Angeles prosecutors.
Los Angeles investigators are challenging whether Brown actually completed the community labor he was handed down after he was convicted of assaulting his then, and current, girlfriend Rihanna in 2009.
As previously reported by The Inquisitr, a motion was filed on Tuesday by LA prosecutors asking the court to modify Brown’s probation due to insubstantial documented evidence that the singer completed his community labor.
The motion also cites a number of recent incidents that they say demonstrate Brown’s ongoing anger management issues.
Among them, an alleged January 27 altercation in a Westlake Recording Studio parking lot with Frank Ocean, who he is competing against in the “Best Urban Contemporary Album” category at the Grammy’s this Sunday.
Ocean has since said he will not be pressing charges against Brown.
In addition, the motion mentions a 2011 incident in a Good Morning America interview during which Brown threw a chair through a window when he was asked about his attack on Rihanna.
Prosecutors were alerted to alleged discrepancies in Brown’s community labor records after he logged 701 hours in September last year. Brown served his hours in Richmond, Virginia, under the supervision of Richmond Police Chief Bryan Norwood.
“This inquiry provided no credible, competent or verifiable evidence that defendant Brown performed his community labor as presented to this court,” Deputy District Attorney Mary Murray wrote in the motion.
According to the New York Post, Brown’s attorney, Mark Geragos, has since slammed the motion, telling the Los Angeles Times:
“Apparently the district attorney’s office has completely lost their minds. They are making scurrilous, libelous and defamatory statements and apparently have lost their ability to read their own reports.”
Brown is scheduled to appear in court today. More ‘fake’ social media emoting may follow.