Chris Brown Apologizes to Robert Glasper For His Grammy Loss Social Outburst

Chris Brown Apologizes to Robert Glasper For His Grammy Loss Social Outburst ...

After losing the Grammy for Best R&B Album to Robert Glasper, a well-known pianist and producer whose work spans jazz, R&B, and hip-hop, Chris Brown has apologized for faking an Instagram post.

Brown sent Glasper a screenshot of his direct message and wrote, "Congratulations, my brother... I'm sorry if my behavior at the Grammys upset you." "You were not the target, and I'm sorry if I appeared rude and mean."

"Congratulations, my brother," says the DM. "I'm sorry if my reaction to the Grammys harmed your feelings. I didn't mean to hurt you, and I'm sorry if I appeared rude and rude."

Brown appeared to have slammed the Recording Academy in the following moments.

Brown said, "After doing my research, I think you're exceptional." "You and I don't belong in the same group." So, from one black man to another, my heart goes out to you. I hope you can sustain your family for the rest of their lives."

Brown posted an Instagram story about Glasper that said, "Y'all playing." He then wrote, "I'll continue kicking your asses!" Respectfully.

Brown posted a photo with the caption, "Who the f*ck is Robert Glasper?". The graphics and phrases used by Glasper are used to ridicule himself. Last week, Glasper wrote on his own Instagram, "I can answer your questions!"

Brown, who was nominated for and won 21 Grammys, wrote, "I'm going to start playing the harp." He then reposted a TikTok that listed his achievements, such as how well he performed on the charts, and how many tickets he sold. At the end of the video, Glasper's name is typed into Google, and a voice says, "Who the fuck is this?"

Variety enquired about a Glasper representative, but they declined immediately.

Glasper will perform with his supergroup Dinner Party in Mexico and Australia in April. Both Kamasi Washington and Terrace Martin, two of the greatest names in modern jazz, are also members of the group.

Glasper discussed his ability to switch between genres in an October interview with Variety. "No one in the history of music has ever been able to enter the jazz world and make some noise and get respect."

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