I guess the anger management classes aren’t helping Chris Brown too much. On Friday, Brown tweeted his anger over certain retailers he claimed were “blackballing” his new album, Graffiti.
He claimed, “Major stores are blackballing my CD. Not stockin the shelves and lying to customers,” asking on his Twitter page, “What the f— do I gotta do…”
Over the weekend, the 20-year-old continued his attacks on music retailers, telling his Twitter followers that he had gone into a Walmart and discovered that his record wasn’t even available for purchase. “Just was at Walmart in Wallingford CT, 844 north colony,” Brown tweeted Saturday night. “The[y] didn’t even have my album in the back … not on shelves, saw for myself.” Brown said he talked to the store’s managers and “they didn’t 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 it’s mandatory to put em on the shelves … BUT NO SIGN OF #GRAFFITI. BS.”
A sales associate at the Walmart in question told MTV News that the store had actually sold out of the album. After all his raging, Chris abruptly canceled his Twitter account today. Maybe he didn’t know how to delete his rants. Our stubborn Taurus boy needs to check himself, drama is never the answer.