Chris Brown is selling shirts likely dragging woman who accused him of assault

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Many say he’s taking a jab at the woman who’s most recently accused him of assault.

Singer Chris Brown has never much been a man for remorse. In fact, he often double-downs on whatever terrible act of violence he’s committed or is accused of. Like selling this T-shirt of a blonde woman crying that says, “This b!tch lyin’.” 

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Many online say the shirt—sold on the site of his clothing label, Black Pyramid—is in reference to Baylee Curan, who accused Brown of pulling a gun on her when she was at his house in August. The incident ended in a standoff with police and Brown arrested for assault with a deadly weapon. The singer’s lawyer maintains he’s innocent and that Curan fibbed for fame. 

However, it could be argued that the shirt exemplifies Brown’s general stance on women (let us not forget his most famous arrest for beating then-girlfriend Rhianna): That they should be dehumanized to “bitches” and are never to be trusted. Also, that he’s a pretty petty dude.

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And yet Brown fans, as usual, stand by him. 

Curan has yet to be heard from since the shirt’s debut.

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