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Is ya man … on the floor … throwing a temper tantrum … over his 2023 Grammys loss?
After Robert Glasper won the award for Best R&B Album for “Black Radio III” on Sunday, Chris Brown took to his Instagram Story to, well, be a sore loser.
“BRO WHO THE F–K IS THIS?” the “Breezy” creator, 33, captioned a screenshot of his Google search of Glasper, which described the 44-year-old Houston native as “an American pianist, record producer, songwriter and musical arranger with a career that bridges several different musical and artistic genres.”
Atop Glasper’s accolades, which include four previous Grammy wins, Brown once again asked, “YALL PLAYING ????? WHO DA F–K IS THIS?”
The “Run It!” hitmaker begged the question a third time, sharing a meme that read, “WH? THE F*CK IS ROBERT GLASPER,” before telling his followers he’s “gotta get [his] skills up” and “start playing the harmonica.”
The next slide featured a photo of Brown doing just that. “NEW LEVEL UNLOCKED!” he wrote across the image. “HARMONICA BREEZY.”
Social media users quickly blasted the “Deuces” crooner for his online antics, with many tweeting things like, “Get that domestic abuser off my screen,” “why he even gets nominations is BEYOND ME” and “A classically trained pianist and artist with a spotless reputation beats someone who should have never been nominated, awww so sad ?.”
Brown has a long history of problematic behavior toward romantic partners.
He famously pleaded guilty to felony assault after brutally attacking then-girlfriend Rihanna in 2009. Eight years later, another ex, Karrueche Tran, was granted a five-year restraining order against him.
Glasper also beat out Mary J. Blige, who was nominated for “Good Morning Gorgeous (Deluxe),” Lucky Daye, who was nominated for “Candydrip,” and PJ Morton, who was nominated for “Watch the Sun.”
“Black Radio III” was also up for Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical; however, the golden gramophone went to Harry Styles’ “Harry’s House.”
Of the 21 Grammy Awards for which Brown has been nominated, he’s taken home only one in 2012 for his R&B album “F.A.M.E.”
Meanwhile, Glasper has been nominated 11 times across eight categories.
He’s also written for, produced and performed on albums by Mac Miller, Anderson Paak, Banks, Kendrick Lamar, Common and more.
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