Brown wants out of LA

Chris Brown posted a profanity-laced rant on Twitter Thursday.

Chris Brown “can’t wait” to get out of Los Angeles.

The 25-year-old star is currently on probation and unable to leave the Southern California city.

And in a profanity-laced rant Thursday, the singer admitted he’s itching to leave his life there behind.

“Can’t wait to get off this probation so I can get the f**k out of LA,” he tweeted.

The message follows just weeks after Chris used social media as a platform for a vitriolic rant aimed at one of the hosts of US chat show The Real.

On an episode that aired November 3, co-anchors Adrienne Bailon and Tamar Braxton had a discussion about Chris’ relationship with on-off girlfriend Karrueche Tran, concluding she probably only stays with him despite his alleged cheating because of his celebrity status.

In response to the statements, Chris took to Instagram accusing Adrienne of committing infidelity herself.

“‘BRING THAT A*S HERE BOY’ ADRIENNE BAILON…. You ole trout mouth a*s b***h,” he wrote on Instagram, in a post which has since been deleted. “U tried it. Won’t u the same b***h that was f**king wit married men? U also was keeping up with the Kardashians! U can’t talk about relationship goals when u don’t even have life goals. Ain’t you a cheetah girl?” he wrote in part.

Chris also unleashed on Tamar, sister to singer Toni Braxton.

“U tried it too Tamara Braxton (sic),” he wrote. “U take the role of the ugly sister. It’s always the people wit no career that talk all the s**t,” he fumed.

Despite venting anger online, Chris appears to be making progress toward his goal of getting out of LA.

During a progress hearing in October stemming from an arrest earlier this year, violating the terms of his probation for his 2009 assault on ex-girlfriend Rihanna, Judge James Brandlin told Chris he’s shown “good cooperation”, according to the Associated Press.

The star’s probation is scheduled to end in January, according to the outlet.

His next hearing is scheduled for January 15.
Copyright: Cover Media 2014

Friday, 05. December 2014