Well, it looks like the Mechanical Dummy (His words, not mine…..) is no more. Chris Brown has done the world a favor by pulling “a Miley” and deleting his Twitter account. To the horror of jock strip-riding teens across America, Breezy broke out on the popular social networking site on Monday, following a weekend of profanity-laced taunts hurled at Walmart — and the rest of the recording industry — for not properly promoting his new album, Graffiti. All Hell first broke loose last Friday, when Brown went bonkers over reports that his latest effort had been “blackballed” by major retailers across the country.
“I’m tired of this s—,” Chris Tweeted Friday. “Major stores are blackballing my CD. Not stockin the shelves and lying to customers. What the f— do I gotta do…”
On Saturday, the singer — who is staging a comeback following nearly a year of headlines and a guilty assault plea following his attack on Rihanna last February — angrily ranted to fans that he couldn’t find his new album at the discount retailer.
“JUST WAS AT WALMART IN wallingford CT,844 north colony.. the didnt even have my album in the back… not on shelves, saw for myself.,” Chris wrote, later adding, “we talked to the managers and the didnt even know anything. wow!!! but they had alicia keys album ready for release for this tuesday comin….”
“the manager told me that when there are new releases its mandatory to put em on the shelves.. BUT NO SIGN OF #GRAFFITI. BS,” Chris continued. “no disprespect to alicia at all.. just givin an example to whos album is loaded and ready to go next week”