After pulling another no-so mature stunt, Chris Brown is apologizing to the public—again.

A Twitter feud between former B2k singer Raz-B and Chris Brown on Wednesday led to a word battle that elicited some harsh responses. Brown escalated the anger in the feud by disparaging Raz-B’s musical career and calling him a homosexual in regards to the singer’s past experiences with sexual abuse as a child. Criticism of the feud went viral and the digital users were not so happy with Brown’s low blow.

The 21-year-old singer told TMZ that he was sorry for his actions, and claimed that “molestation and victims of such acts are not to be taken lightly; and for my comments I apologize—from the bottom of my heart. I love all my fans, gay and straight. I have fans from all walks of life and I am committed, with God’s help, to continue becoming a better person.”

Brown has garnered negative and critical media attention for his actions since his domestic abuse case with singer Rihanna in 2009.

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  • shak

    I want to hear less bad things about our black men and more good. Stop highlighting the bad and focus on the good, I’m sure nobody’s perfect.

  • kesha

    I’m not a Chris Brown hater…I am just a hate monger, bad person hater–and that’s what Chris Brown appears to be. I am one of those people who simply cannot forgive any man who hits a woman (southern upbringing) so I was over Chris Brown after the Rihanna incident. But then he turns around and disses Sandra B. for being a dark skinned Black Woman, and now this blow again homosexuals and victims of molestation. When will we as a community stop making excuses for our celebrities (both as a nation and as African Americans.) If people are bad, don’t support them. If Hitler could make a hit record, I still would not buy his album or concert tickets.

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