Breezy calls the 'take a note' banner Lambert showed at her recent concert a scheme to get attention.
Chris Brown might avoid doing interviews this year, but he has Twitter to speak his mind. The R&B singer is never quiet when it comes to critics. Most recently, he reacted to Miranda Lambert's recent onstage backlash on the micro-blogging site.
Breezy called Lambert's stage stunt as a ploy for attention. "Using my name to get publicity? I love it! Perform your heart out!" he wrote before promoting her album in his next tweet, "Go buy @miranda_lambert album! So motivational and 'PERFECT'!"
Breezy and Lambert were involved in a feud after 2012 Grammy Awards. The latter angered the former after she posted, "Chris Brown twice? I don't get it. He beat on a girl... Not cool that we act like that didn't happen. He needs to listen to Gunpowder and lead and be put back in his place. Not at the Grammys."
Without specifically addressing Lambert, Breezy wrote but subsequently deleted a message that read, "HATE ALL U WANT BECUZ I GOT A GRAMMY Now! That's the ultimate F**k OFF!" The country music singer was quick to reply him with, "Oh and one more thing for all who are asking ... I have a Grammy too."
Lambert added fuel to her beef with Breezy when she performed her song "Gunpowder and Lead" during her concert at the University of Massachusetts while holding up a "Take notes Chris Brown" banner. The track is about a woman who shoots her abusive husband. "Get a good picture now, put it on Twitter," she told the crowd.
"I've been in a world of hurt with Chris Brown fans lately ... but see, I just have to speak my mind because where I come from, beating up on a woman is never okay," she went on. "So that's why my daddy taught me early on in life how to use a shotgun."