Chris Brown’s legal drama continues as he’s being sued once again.
This time, his manager Mike G filed a lawsuit, claiming Brown, without being provoked, punched him in the face and neck, according to TMZ. He claims he was forced to go to the emergency room due to this incident.
In the lawsuit, Mike adds that Brown mocked him on social media and bragged about the beating, telling others on his tour that he would beat them up in similar fashion if they got “out of line.” Mike claims that the violent outburst was caused by drugs and that he’s concerned about CB retaliating with “gang member friends.”
Brown responded to the accusations and claims that he fired Mike G for stealing money. “Ni**as is getting mad and filing lawsuits because I fired them because they’re stealing money,” he says in one Instagram video. “You’re stealing money, pal. So you’re mad because you’re no longer existent. It’s alright. We’re gonna keep pushing. God bless you. Wish you the best of luck.”
In another clip, he says he isn’t going to “entertain it.”
“Nobody comes out clean in a shit-throwing contest,” he adds. “And I can throw a big piece of shit. I’m talking about massive chunks. I’m talking elephant shit mixed with donkey shit and there might even be a little bit of rabbit pebbles. I can throw a big piece of shit, but we not gonna play these games. We gonna let these people do what they do. I’ma keep getting this money.”
Mike G was hired in 2012 to help rehabilitate Brown’s image following the Rihanna assault that landed him in jail.
Earlier this month, a clubgoer accused Brown of stomping on his head at Gotha Club in Cannes, an incident Brown later denied. Last year, a fan in San Jose sued Brown after a shooting took place at one of his concerts.