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Though Chris Brown went in outer space for his video “Don’t Judge Me”. It looks like he might actually want to relocate to somewhere in the Galaxy. The other day he wenton a mini rant on the internet. Which was later deleted. It read: "Real artist are an endangered species! This gimmick age is (expletive) corny as (expletive)! Be you but (expletive) get credit for the work u do," Brown wrote in the message posted on Instagram. "Not becuz someone cosigns who knows absolutely nothing about music and culture! (SIC)"
"After this album I wanna leave this planet (SIC)," Brown wrote before deleting the message.
"Chris Brown. Please don't leave the planet," a fan tweeted to Chris Brow. "Earth would be so wack without u. Love your craft. An incredible inspiration you are."
However, other people seemed more worried about the context of Brown's message.
"Take suicide warnings seriously," one person tweeted after reading a link to Brown's message.
Another person seemed to follow the same sentiments tweeting, "umm... someone needs to put Chris Brown on suicide watch..."
The singer explained his reasons for trying to keep his social networking websites strictly professional in the December/January issue of XXL Magazine.
"I used to use my Twitter account to vent, but now I mostly use it for marketing and promotions," Brown said in the magazine. "Even if the media asks me something, if it's cool then it's, 'What's up?' But if it's anything that's too negative, I don't care to respond."