Hours after being called out by Pink and her husband for his fake singing while performing 'Turn Up the Music', Breezy tweets back, 'Make your music...make a difference.. Be better than me!'
Chris Brown isn't staying quiet over criticism at his 2012 Billboard Music Awards performance. Just hours after being called out for lip-synching his dance-heavy performance of "Turn Up the Music", the Top R&B Artist winner blasted his accusers back on Twitter by challenging them to be better than he is.
"Anyone who is upset obviously is upset with their lives...," Breezy tweeted on Monday, May 21. He continued to rant in the same tweet, "Make your music...make a difference.. Be better than me! Godbless!" A short while earlier, the 23-year-old also posted a statement that read, "Don't hold ya breath waiting for me to stop doing me!"
Among those criticizing Breezy for his performance on Sunday, May 20 night was Pink. "one day if i lipsync, i hope i do it as well as him....," the "So What" hitmaker first tweeted. When Breezy's fans attacked her for the comment, she responded, "oh my lord, its so easy... its so damn easy. keep it coming people, this is some good reading..."
Also lambasting Breezy's set was Pink's husband, Carey Hart. "Im pretty sure I saw my wife did that same performance, but she was 3 months pregnant and actually sang the song," the motorcross racer wrote on his Twitter as referring to his wife's 2010 performance of "Raise Your Glass" at the American Music Awards.