Chris Brown Uses Twitter To Criticize Kehlani Parrish’s Suicide Attempt

Chris Brown made some noise on social media once again as he involves himself in another person’s drama. Brown has just thrown major shade at R&B singer Kehlani Parrish after her suicide attempt. However, the 26-year-old R&B singer is convinced Parrish’s suicide attempt is a strategy to gain attention and sympathy.

Parrish, 20, who allegedly tried to kill herself over cheating rumors, was the new subject of several of Brown’s social media rants recently.

On March 29, the R&B singer took to Twitter to give an opinion on the love triangle rumor surrounding Parrish, former boyfriend and NBA player Kyrie Irving, and rapper PARTYNEXTDOOR. While Kehlani blames cyberbullying for her actions, Brown believes the star is just seeking attention. In his posts, Brown also alleged that Parrish cheated on the basketball star and criticized her new relationship.

The embattled singer did not hesitate to use foul words to hint that Parrish has been unfaithful to Irving.

“Girls be mad at a n—a for f—ing around wit b—-es but her DMs got more names then the Declaration of Independence,” Brown tweeted before adding the hashtag #YEAHIMTHROWINGSHADE.

In another Twitter post, he wrote #KYRIEMVP before making harsh remarks about Parrish’s suicide attempt.

While many celebrities are showing their love and support for the young singer, who is still recovering in a hospital, Chris Brown went on to lecture Parrish about suicide.

“There is no attempting suicide. Stop flexing for the gram,” he wrote.

The “Did I” hitmaker then accused Parrish of using suicide to get sympathy although he did not call her out by name.

“Doing sh-t for sympathy so them comments under your pics don’t look so bad.”

Chris Brown concluded his Twitter tirade referencing Kehlani Parrish’s romance with the NBA star.

Parrish confirmed in a now-deleted Instagram post that she and Irving had ended their relationship when she got back together with PARTYNEXTDOOR. The rapper was reportedly at her bedside when she gained consciousness.

Prior to Brown’s insensitive Twitter rage, Parrish explained her current situation in a lengthy Instagram post, which she deleted afterward.

“Im tired of being called the ‘cry for help’ cuz never in my life have I EVER asked a single soul to take pity on me no matter WHAT I’m going thru…”

She also denied cheating on Irving.

“No I’m not a CHEATER, a THOT, im a BELIEVER IN FOLLOWING YOUR HEART and not LYING TO YOURSELF. And in all aspects on everyone’s side, EVERYONE IS HAPPY AND HONEST AND MATURE.”

The Oakland native added, “Social media is the goddamn devil. Go outside and play, you have your own lives to live that don’t revolve around ‘celebrities’ or ‘socialites’ who are simply trying to live lives like you.”

Parrish has yet to respond to Brown’s tweets, but his insensitive comments angered many social media users. Others bashed him for his poor choice of words while some fans expressed their disappointment.

A fan of 90’s R&B, the “You Should Be Here” artist admitted in an interview that she loves Brown’s music. She said he was the number one singer she would like to write a song for.

“I just remember falling in love with the old Chris Brown music, where it was like, that real R&B and I love the radio smashes he’s put out since then, but I go back to his older music for that R&B,” she said.

After Chris Brown’s offensive remarks about her, would she still want to write a song for him or collaborate with him in the future?

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