By my count, there are at least four A listers who contributed to the serial woman beating A lister’s record.
This is in addition to the two other A listers who made a music video with him.
They say they care about women, but this doesn’t really show it.
They also know that the media is too scared to ever ask them about it because all those reporters just want backstage passes and to feel cool rather than holding their feet to the fire and making them justify their actions.
Foreign born former A+ list tweener: Justin Bieber
Foreign born former A list female rapper: Nicki Minaj
Foreign born A+ list singer/rapper: Drake
Former A+ list rapper who makes a lot of kids and a lot of music: Lil Wayne
A/A- list reality star from a reality family: Kendall Jenner
Kendall Jenner under fire for working with Chris Brown
The pair appear together in a new Lil Dicky video
Kendall Jenner has faced backlash for working alongside Chris Brown in a new Lil Dicky music video.
Fans have been left furious with the 22-year-old model, after she appeared alongside Brown in the clip. Brown was sentenced to community service after assaulting Rihanna – his then-girlfriend – in 2009.
The pair both star in rapper Lil Dicky’s new video for ‘Freaky Friday’. “Please tell me you’re not supporting Chris Brown,” wrote one fan on Twitter after Jenner shared the new video on her account. Another wrote: “Girl, please don’t support an abuser.” – Source
Chris Brown’s ‘Indigo’ Album Slammed by Those Who Remember His Abusive Past
A host of talented musicians are featured on Chris Brown’s latest album, Indigo, prompting some to criticize praise for the latest music because of Brown’s past behavior.
On Friday, Brown dropped the album Indigo, which featured several other well-known voices, including Justin Bieber, Nicki Minaj, Drake, Lil Wayne. While many praised the content on the album, others used the moment to remind people of Brown’s clouded past.
One Twitter user wondered how, in the current day and age, people could openly love an “abuser.” Another user expressed a similar sentiment and added the emoji of a person who was nauseous at the end of the tweet.
“Again folks are raving about Chris Brown. I literally feel sick. I will never feel safe in a society so willing to excuse the abuse of Black women,” YouTuber Nadine Thornhill posted on Twitter.- Source