AceShowbiz - Chris Brown was perhaps as confused as everyone else when he heard his name being mentioned by a gunman. The so-called King of R&B has shared his reaction after an alleged Dallas airport shooter claimed to be married to him.
Taking to his Instagram Story on Tuesday, July 26, Breezy posted a video share his take on the matter. "I don't know what's in my f**king music. I've got some of the craziest stalkers in the world, man," he said, looking baffled.
In a more serious note, the 33-year-old stressed the importance to raise awareness about mental health. "Mental health is not something to play with, man. We looking out for you," he added in the short clip.
On Monday, the woman named Portia Odufuwa reportedly dropped off at Dallas Love Field Airport just before 11 A.M. The suspect allegedly changed her clothes in an airport bathroom, drew her weapon near a ticketing counter and shot the ceiling.
It's still unclear what motivated the attack, but witnesses said she was complaining about her marriage and threatened to blow up the airport. Dallas Chief of Police Eddie Garcia said in a statement, "At this point, we don't know where exactly the individual was aiming. From what we are seeing she was aiming at the ceiling." He went on confirming, "There are several rounds that were found."
A Dallas police officer engaged with Portia and struck her in her lower extremities. Luckily, no officers or passengers were injured. The suspect was taken to Parkland Memorial Hospital in an unknown condition.
Shockingly, Portia has had a long history of mental illness and serious crimes. The 37-year-old has previously faced charges of arson, robbery, criminal trespass and false reporting, according to FOX News. However, judges deemed the woman "incompetent to stand trial." The cases were dismissed and she was referred to mental health services.
Court records also show that Portia allegedly pulled a gun on a hotel front desk clerk in April 2021. After the incident, she gave police Chris Brown's address. She additionally told police, "I am God's prophet, and I need an attorney, but I'm basically letting you all know that I am the cause of this fire," after she was arrested in Mesquite in front of a house that was on fire. She also said she would not provide any other details to police until she could speak with her husband, which she falsely claimed was Chris Brown.