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Rumor has it, Chris Brown blew illegal weed smoke in a flight attendant’s face when flying on his private jet. He’s denying it, of course. But newsflash to Brown: you can’t dance your way out of everything.

We first heard of the incident yesterday, when US Weekly claimed that Brown took flying high a little too literally. It was just last month that he decided to skip his 1-year-old daughter Royalty’s birthday, and now the guy’s allegedly lighting up 45,000 feet above sea level. Come on Chris… look at you now, pull your sh*t together.

According to US:

Not only was the “Run It!” rapper enjoying some MJ in-flight despite the fact that the FAA doesn’t allow smoking on planes, but he didn’t seem to care about the crew’s worries when they addressed the issue, the source says. “He blew smoke at a flight attendant and said, ‘I paid $60,000 for this jet, so I own it and everyone inside,’” the source tells Us.

But wait, there’s more:

According to the insider, the 26-year-old lit up again before the plane landed and gave some jaw to another flight attendant. “He told her, ‘What is your old ass doing here anyway? I like to have the help be people I’d actually like to f—,’” the source tells Us.

Brown’s representative decided it might be a good idea to step in (what a novel thought). He claims the allegations against Brown are false, and that it was actually his friend who was lighting up on the plane. His statement reads as follows:

“This story is false. Chris was smoking on the plane prior to takeoff as was a companion of his. The pilot explained it was a non-smoking flight so Chris immediately extinguished his cigarette. His companion did as well but in a manner which angered the pilot who then said he would not fly the plane until this person was removed. Chris spoke to his tour manager, who was speaking with the pilot, and asked if they could replace the pilot. In the end, his companion was removed and the plane departed.”

He then added:

“Also, contrary to the story, there was only one flight attendant, not two and Chris was never rude to her. In addition, Chris did not pay for the plane, the music label paid.”

US said they’re standing by their story.

Never a dull moment. Stay tuned for more on the latest Chris Brown drama… there’s always more on the horizon.

SOURCE: US Weekly, The YBF | PHOTO CREDIT: Getty

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