When Chris bashed Karrueche on Instagram, he not only disrespected her, but her family as well. Since then, he’s been apologizing and trying to get them to forgive him, HollywoodLife.com has EXCLUSIVELY learned.
If Chris Brown, 25, wants another chance with Karrueche Tran, he’s going to have to get her family to forgive him first! The 26-year-old model respects their opinions and unfortunately for Breezy, they’ve “had enough of him.”
Chris Brown & Karrueche Tran: Apologizing To Her Family After Cheating Accusation
“The day after Chris humiliated Karrueche on Instagram, he began calling her family’s house, apologizing to them for calling her out. They gave Chris the cold shoulder. They listened to him, but weren’t at all trying to really hear his excuses. They’ve really had enough of him and don’t see what Karrueche sees in him,” a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
Ouch! It sounds like Chris has a lot of work cut out for him. We’re afraid Karrueche’s family may never forgive the “Loyal” singer.
As HollywoodLife.com previously reported, Chris said he was single while performing at the Cali Christmas concert on Dec. 5. “F**k that b***h,” he told the audience, referring to his now ex-girlfriend. The following day, Chris accused Karrueche of cheating on him with Drake in a shocking Instagram post. Chris has since deleted the message and apologized, but Karrueche doesn’t care.
In fact, she took to Instagram to say that if this is the only way Chris knows how to “love,” then she doesn’t want any part of it. Good for her!
We’re happy to hear Chris is going out of his way to make things up to Karrueche, but he may have gone too far this time.
What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? Should Karrueche Tran take Chris Brown back? Tell us how you feel!
— Chris Rogers, Reporting by Eric Ray
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