R&B singer Chris Brown isn't
apologizing for calling Mario “Raz-B” Thornton a “dick in da
booty ass lil boy,” but says he “loves” his gay fans.
After Raz-B, a former member of the R&B
boy band B2K, tweeted that he didn't understand how men such as Brown
and Eric Benet can “disrespect women as intelligent as Halle Berry
and Rihanna,” Brown's former girlfriend who he famously assaulted
in February 2009, Brown hit back hard.
“Tell me this @razb2k! Why when the
money was coming in you won't complaining about getting butplugged!
#homothug! I ain't deleting my tweet either! I was minding my damn
business and Peter Pan decides to pop off!”
Brown also rejected claims by fans that
he's homophobic: “I'm not homophobic! He's just disrespectful! By
the way, I love my gay fans and this immature act is not targeted at
you! It's wack as fuck that everybody can bash me, but soon as I
defend myself it's World War III. I TAKES SHIT FROM everybody...
it's cool though.”
In December 2007, Raz-B accused his
former manager and cousin, Chris Stokes, of sexually molesting former
members of B2K while serving as its manager. Two days later, he
apologized, saying the allegations were not true. But Raz-B revived
his claims in September. Stokes has denied the accusations.
Raz-B also made a 2006 guest appearance
on all-gay cabler's drama Noah's Arc.