Poor Chris Brown.
After beating his gorgeous girlfriend in 2009, going ape-shit on the set of Good Morning America in 2011, brawling with Drake's posse at a New York City nightclub in the summer of 2012, insensitively dressing up like a terrorist for Halloween last year, and probably calling Frank Ocean a "faggot" just last month, Breezy's starting to feel a little victimized.
The pop star used his now-private Instagram account to vent his frustration yesterday, admitting, "a day in my shoes is a day in hell, believe it or not!" Hip-Hop Wired reports.
"Im [sic] a human being," Brown alleges in his lengthy plea for sympathy. "I honestly think I deserve respect."
"Im [sic] tired yall [sic] just don't [sic] understand Ive [sic] been going through this Isht [sic] since I was 19 years old...you cant sit here and tell me to calm down, when am I gonna [sic] get a positive outcome out of anything I do?"
Perhaps he'll get a fair shake when he stops acting like an entitled, homophobic asshole that shows little, if any, remorse for his perpetually appalling behavior.
But that's not likely to happen so long as Rihanna continues to be Breezy's ride or die chick. After all, he got what he wanted.
TMZ reports that Rihanna linked up with Brown following a late-night recording session last night/early this morning to comfort her former assailant.
Earlier in the day, Los Angeles prosecutors accused Breezy of lying about his court-ordered community service, the result of the over-hyped entertainer's violent exchange with Rihanna on the eve of the 2009 Grammy Awards.
A motion filed yesterday by states, "Brown could not have performed community labor as claimed because he was not physically present in the Commonwealth of Virginia on several of the reported dates," according to CBS News.
(A Los Angeles judge allowed Brown to complete 180 hours of community service in Virginia).
On March 15, 2012, for example, Brown flew to Cancun. However, a Richmond Police community service log says that the singer was picking up trash.
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A hearing is scheduled for later today.