Chris Brown apologizes to Robert Glasper for social outcry after he loses at the Grammys

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Chris Brown I’m sorry for being a loser Grammy Awards,

The 33-year-old singer apologized on Instagram on Monday robert glasper44, which he lashed out on Instagram after Glasper took home the award for Best R&B Album at the Grammys on Sunday.

Brown shared a screenshot of his instagram stories He sent an apologetic direct message to Glasper on Monday.

“Congratulations my brother,” reads the DM. “I want to apologize if you took offense to my reaction at the Grammys.. you were not the intended target and I know I have been really rude and mean. After doing my research I really think you are amazing Are …”

Brown then appeared to turn his anger towards the Recording Academy.

Sorry to be the loser at the Brown Grammy Awards.

His DM continued, “The organization is not doing our due diligence.” “You and I should never be in the same (category) .. two completely different vibes and styles. So from one black guy to another .. congrats .. hope you’re able to feed your family for life are capable. Sona bless my ji”

According to Diversity And BoardAfter Brown to Glasper, he wrote on social media, “Who the (expletive) Robert Glasper is.”

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He said: “I’ll keep kicking you guys! Respectfully.”

Brown was nominated for his album “Breezy” (Deluxe) and Glasper for his album “Black Radio III”. Other nominees include Mary J. Blige, Lucky Day for “Candydrip” and PJ Morton for “Watch the Sun”.

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brown Has been nominated for a Grammy 21 times and won once for Best R&B Album for his 2011 album “Fame” Glasper. have been nominated 12 times And won 5 more times.

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