If you thought JET magazine’s cover story on Chris Brown was jaw-dropping before, hold on to your seats, because it just got a little bit juicier.
The interview already revealed Chris’ annoyance that everyone seems to give Jay Z a pass even though he sold drugs and allegedly stabbed a business associate. Chris also makes a controversial comparison between himself and Trayvon Martin.
Now, JET has released parts of the interview that didn’t make the final cut – Breezy talks the perils of Justin Bieber hanging out with too many Black people, his ex-girlfriend Karrueche, and more.
Check out the released statements below:
On Justin Bieber’s Bad Reputation
Justin’s not a bad kid, I’ve been around him. But if he hangs with too many Black people, “oh he’s hanging with the ni**as, so we’re going to let you go.” That’s strictly what it is. It’s unconscious racism. C’mon, y’all know this s**t is bulls**t. So like at the end of the day, people f**k with people and Justin does great music.
He’s still pop, but he hangs with the Black people. I can identify with what he’s going through. People don’t understand certain people, so if they don’t understand you, they automatically hate you. They cancel you out. I’m speaking out now because I really don’t care anymore.
On His Business Relationship With Ex-Girlfriend Karrueche Tran
The Kill is hers and The Black Pyramid is all me, but I’m creative director and half owner of The Kill, she’s the other half owner. She basically wanted me to start it off for her so she can go and do whatever she needed to do. So now the stuff is all her, hands on.
On The Monster Theme In His Artwork
A lot of it is a perception. When I paint these things, people look at it like, “What’s that?” It’s a reflection of themselves being a judgmental person. So it’s almost like what I see in my head as a group of people that aren’t perfect but want to be perfect that would be negative, they are sort of like monsters. That’s what clouds their minds a lot of the times.
So when I paint it, when I draw these monsters, it’s almost like nightmares so to speak. It’s the negativity of the world so when people see it, it’s them looking back at the reflection of themselves whenever they have a negative thought. People are just judgmental so when they’re looking at my paintings, they get to look at themselves, the negative part.
Check out more of Chris’ candid conversation by visiting JET Mag here.