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The war of words began when Raz-B, whose real name is De'Mario Thornton, posted a message calling out Brown and Halle Berry's ex-husband Eric Benet. "I'm just sittin here thinking how can n----- like Eric Benet & Chris Brown disrespect women as intelligent as Halle Berry, Rihanna."
Of course, this didn't sit well with Brown, who fired back with some questionable comments about Raz-B's past. "Tell me this ... Why when the money was coming in u won't complaining about getting buttplugged!" He tweeted in reference to Raz's claims he was a victim of sexual abuse during his time in B2K. Brown ended the post with the hash-tag #homothug, which caused some followers to suggest his comments were homophobic. Something Raz-B didn't let slide.
In a series of tweets, Raz posted, "I luv how u resort 2 disrespectful low brow tactics when u clearly sabotaged ur own career by beating women!... U victimise victims, ur a homophobe, ur on the down low & a woman beater. Merry Christmas & thx 4 showin every1 ur true colours."
Chris Brown defended himself via his own series of tweets, adding, "I'm not homophobic! He's just disrespectful!... ur a backup singer! What do u make? Like $1.99 an hour... This argument lasted longer than your career... BTW I love all my gay fans and this immature act is not targeted at you!... It's wack as f--- that everybody can bash me... but soon as I defend myself it's world war 3. I take s--- from everybody ..."
But things started to escalate when Raz-B's brother, Ricky Romance -- who's also a singer -- posted a video and tweet with the message, "If I see you in L.A. my dude, I'm gonna put my mother f------ pistol in your mouth."
Ricky Romance continued the tirade, adding, "Step your game up homeboy ... when I see you my n----, I will smack you in the mouth, beat you, drag you down the street and treat you like a little b---- my n----. This ain't no mother f---ing game homeboy. You ain't welcome in L.A. and if I catch you alone, watch what I'ma do to you."
Chris Brown replied with "Ill be in LA REAL SOON!!!!!!" before signing off with a final post saying, "Love all my supporters and people who know my heart. Homophobe? C'mon, find a better tactic. That's pure ignorance and stupidity. I love everyone."
The war of words has seemed to die down, due in part to Brown trying to dispel the suggestions his comments were anti-gay, or anti-children who were molested, but we're sure this won't be the end of the feud.
Watch Ricky Romance threaten Chris Brown.