Chris Brown’s Mom Claps Back At Fans Who Blasted His Shady Comment About Black Women
When it comes to social media and outspoken entertainer, Chris Brown, there’s never a dull moment. He’s recently found himself in hot water for comments he made about only wanting Black women “with nice hair” in his new song, “Need A Stack.” An online debate was immediately sparked, as many tried to understand exactly what Brown’s definition of “nice hair” was. Many who found the line problematic- due to his seemingly act of colorism- called Brown out for his insensitivity. So Brown of course clapped back, by calling his opposers ‘ugly” and “weird.” Needless to say that didn’t go over well at all, and the debate is still a hot topic on Twitter and Instagram. Well, now there’s someone coming to his aid, and that’s his mother, Joyce Hawkins. She has something to say to anyone who’s giving her son backlash over his seemingly brainwashed lyrics and his response.
Protecting Her Baby
In a post to Instagram, Hawkins appeared fed up with everyone’s anger towards her son. She decided to finally let everyone know how she felt about the situation and made it very clear she stands by him. In her post, she added this caption.
JUST ANOTHER DISTRACTION!!! DONT FEED INTO THE BS!!! HAIR??!? ARE WE SERIOUS???? COME ON MY PPL!!! ITS ALL LOVE OVER HERE❤️❤️♥️♥️♥️. I DONT COMMENT MUCH ON STUFF BUT THIS WAS JUST RIDICULOUS TO ME!!!! KEEP SHINING MY KING!!!!
The mother of Brown’s daughter, Nia Guzman, also co-signed Hawkins’ post with a fingers-crossed emoji, which is meant to convey luck. Perhaps that was her way of saying ‘Good luck with the backlash Sis,’ because that’s exactly what came next.