AceShowbiz - Chris Brown has fought back against allegations that he's Anti-Semitic after dancing to Kanye West's controversial song. Responding to the backlash, the R&B artist let out fiery response via his social media page.
The "Kiss Kiss" singer took to his Instagram Story on Sunday, November 26 to deny the accusations. He wrote, "In no way, shape, or form am I antiSemitic. Im pro-life and I make music for the entire world! So, please do not get tricked into thinking I spread hate or am kool with it!"
"This if for the millions of young kids that look up to and my be confused [sic]," the rapper/actor, whose real name is Christopher Maurice Brown, added in the same Story.
In another message, the 34-year-old warned his critics against using him "as a pawn" since it would "wake up the demon" in him. "Let me make this perfectly clear before yall try to use me as a pawn... Ima Piru, I ain't Muslim or Jewish so don't start no s**t won't be no s**t!!!" he wrote in the since-deleted Story, before adding, "I'm trying to be peaceful but please do not wake up the demon in me ! Go on about your f**king day."
Breezy's fiery statements arrive after he came under fire for dancing to Ye's new track "Vulture", which many dubbed "anti-Semitic." He was partying with the Atlanta rapper during a trip to Dubai last week. On the song that feature Ty Dolla $ign, the Yeezy designer raps, "How I'm antisemitic? I just f**ked a Jewish b***h."
Ty, Bump J, Vory and Cyhi The Prynce were also seen jamming to the song in a viral video, but many social media users particularly targeted Chris in their criticism. One of them commented underneath the video which was reshared by Jewish businesswoman Tanya Zuckerbrot on Instagram, "Chris brown an abuser and kanye west a psychotic narcissistic self proclaimed mastermind."