In a normally uncharacteristic move, the usually wound up hip-hop/R'n'B superstar Chris Brown tried his hand at becoming a calm advisor to equally high strung artist Kanye West, giving him some advice on his ongoing online feud with late night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel. Being no less controversial than the "Black Skinhead" rapper, the younger Brown attempted to be the more mature one as he tells the elder West, "s**t ain't cool!"
"I hate how the media makes us look like aggressive animals. On some real s**t If those cameras on ya property that means its trespassing," wrote Brown on Twitter. Shortly, he added, "@kanyewest hire some security or some street ni**as to take care of the bulls**t so u not explaining Yaself."
Brown's advice came a day after West went on a Twitter rant, slamming the "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" host for spoofing his BBC 1 radio interview on the show. After a series of messages in all caps from the "Yeezus" artist, Kimmel responded with his own tweet by challenging the MC to a rap battle and addressed West's rant during his opening monologue, acknowledging he's in a "rap feud."
While fans seemed to be taking West's angry attack on Kimmel with a grain of salt, many netizens found Brown advising West a more amusing sidebar. One Twitter user wrote it's like "Dwight Howard teaching Rajon Rondo how to hit free throws," while another said it's "like Bobby Brown running your rehab clinic."