Chris Brown has raised a few eyebrows with his latest tweet after claiming that he thinks lethal virus Ebola is being used to control the world’s growing population before it gets too big. Chris posted his concerns over the spread of the virus on Twitter after a diagnosis of the deadly disease on US soil was branded “deeply concerning” by health officials and sparked fears for the worldwide spread of the killer.
Chris wrote: “I don’t know… But I think this Ebola epidemic is a form of population control. S*** is getting crazy bruh.” But it seems he was met with hostility for the post – or just felt maybe he had taken things too far – as he swiftly added a second tweet which suggested had been told to keep his opinion to himself by trolls. He added: “Let me shut my black ass up!”
However it appears many are in agreement with the New Flame singer as hundreds of fans replied to show their support for his theory and praising him for voicing their concerns on the social networking site. One wrote: “SOMEONE FAMOUS WHO HAS THE GUTS TO TWEET IT YES!”
Others also aired their support for his train of thought as they added: “They don’t think we’re aware of what they’re doing.. but they don’t know what we’re capable of either… That’s what I said!!! Plus there’s a cure!” And one really concerned supporter revealed how she feared only for his safety writing: “As long as you are safe Bae.”
Chris, 25, has been busy working on his career after his stint in prison earlier this year following up the release of his new album X and single New Flame featuring Usher with yet another big name collaboration. Over the weekend he revealed yet another remix release with fellow R’n’B star Trey Songz ahead of their joint US tour. The pair have already remixed several fan favourites since the announcement of the live shows, this time adding ScHoolboy Q’s Oxymoron single Studio to the list.
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