Excuses, excuses! After dissing his good friend Kylie Jenner’s dad, Caitlyn Jenner, on social media, Chris Brown has finally said sorry. But you won’t believe the lackluster alibi he used to try and rationalize his unkind opinion!
Chris Brown, 26, can be pretty insensitive at times. The latest example? The “Do It Again” singer took a serious dig at Caitlyn Jenner, 65, with a mean-spirited June 5 Instagram post — even though he’s pals with Caitlyn’s youngest daughter, Kylie Jenner, 17! While he’s apologized since, a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY that CB gave a pretty sorry excuse for his harsh words against the I Am Cait star!
“Chris did apologize to everyone involved,” a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. “Even [his best friend and Kylie’s boyfriend] Tyga. He just said, ‘I’m just going through a lot right now. My bad.'” Hmm, not so sure what Breezy is “going through right now,” (besides self-induced relationship drama with on-again, off-again ex, Karrueche Tran), but we’re sure it probably can’t compare to Kylie dealing with the aftermath of her dad making a male-to-female transition in the public eye.
Miraculously for Mr. Brown, he was let off the hook. “Tyga and Chris are like brothers and there’s nothing but love between them,” our insider adds. “At the same time, Tyga told Chris this better not happen again. They left it at that. Everything is all beautiful and copacetic now.” No more cruel remarks about Caitlyn!
In case you’re unaware, this is what went down between Chris and Kylizzle: “Not very nice to say about your friends dad,” Kylie wrote in a comment on Chris’ Instagram diss for Caitlyn: a meme, which Snoop Dogg originally uploaded on June 3.
The image featured a photo of Akon, saying people should put more attention on “real news,” like the fact that Akon is supplying 600 million Africans with solar power, instead of Caitlyn’s transition. The worst part? The now-deleted post referred to Caitlyn as “that science project Bruce Jenner.” #NotCool!
Kylie was so hurt she felt the need to defend her dad twice. The high schooler followed up her Instagram comment with an inspirational tweet. “State what you want about the world without bashing others. Leave a positive impact,” she posted, along with a few hearts. Clearly, she was referring to Chris’ derogatory diss. You go, girl!
HollywoodLifers — what do YOU think about Chris’ excuse for hating on Caitlyn? Let us know!
— Evan Real, Reporting By Eric Ray