AceShowbiz - The release of Chris Brown's latest album "Indigo" was accompanied with controversy. "Need a Stack", one of the songs off the album, particularly made a lot of people upset as the "Loyal" singer was heard singing on the Lil Wayne and Joyner Lucas collaboration, "Only wanna f**k the black b****es with the nice hair."
Listening to the song, many began accusing Brown of insulting black women and reinforcing colorism. One pointed out, "The idea of 'good hair' is just another way of reinforcing colorism in the black communities cause we all know 'good' hair is curly hair (loose curls) and that's usually associated with mixed race black girls... but we're all used to it by now."
Brown didn't stay silent following the backlash, defending his lyrics on Instagram, "YALL TRIPPIN TRIPPIN YALL B****ES DONT WANNA F**K DA N***A WIT DA F***ED UP TEETH DO YOU???!!!! ONLY B****ES UPSET IS THE UGLIES (NOT THE BLACK QUEENS)." But the backlash didn't subside as one Instagram user accused him of discrimination. Again, Brown did not hold back and gave the said user a fiery response.
Calling his critics "weird a** angry people," the father of one typed in all caps, "I DON'T GIVE A F**K BOUT YALL NEGATIVE BOOTYFACE A** B****ES, IM START GIVING AWAY FREE LACE-FRONTS FOR ALL YOU WIERD (sic) FEMALES WIT THE SKID ROW EDGES AND LOW SELF ESTEEM. ASIDE FROM THAT.... HOP OFF THESE NUTTS." Furthermore, he also dubbed his critics "BUDWEISER FROGS."
"SO PLEASE DONT COME WIT DA BULLS**T I WILL FIRE DAT A** UP AND ROAST THE HELL OUT YOU OVERLY SENSITVE (sic) DUCKHEAD A** WEIRDOS," he continued.
"Indigo" was released on June 28 via RCA Records, marking his second double album following his 2017 effort "Heartbreak on a Full Moon". It's reported that the album is set to debut at No. 1 on Billboard 200.