“Who The F**k Is This?” – Chris Brown Reacts After 2023 Grammy Loss To Robert Glasper
Chris Brown was not pleased with how the 2023 Grammy Awards turned out. The rapper missed out on winning the Best R&b Album award, where he had set his aims. Robert Glasper, Mary J. Blige, Luck Daye, P. J. Morton, and others were among his fierce rivals. To Brown’s chagrin, Glasper was ultimately declared the category winner.
The 33-year-old musician expressed his displeasure with Glasper’s Grammy Award victory in a now-deleted string of Instagram stories. Brown screenshot Glasper’s Google search results and title the image, “Bro Who The F-K Is This?”
The RnB great has since apologized for his behavior after fans, and music lovers alike came down hard on his comments.
Chris Brown told Netizens that he apologized to Robert Glasper for being a sour loser. Brown staged a multi-slide temper tantrum on his Instagram Story after the celebrated pianist and music producer won the 2023 Grammy Award for Best R&B Album for “Black Radio III” on Sunday.
On Monday, the “Breezy” vocalist returned to his social media and shared an image of a direct message he later sent to Glasper, 44, outlining his defense.
Congratulations, my brother.. I would like to apologize if you took offense to my reaction at the Grammys,” Brown wrote, acknowledging that he “came off rude and mean.”
After researching and listening to some of Glasper’s joints, he said, “I truly think you’re [sic] fantastic.”
The “Deuces” singer subsequently declared that Glasper was “not the Intended target” and turned his ire back toward the Recording Academy.
Glasper has gotten 11 nominations in eight categories and five wins to date. Additionally, he has contributed songs to, produced, and performed on albums by artists like Mac Miller, Anderson Paak, Banks, Kendrick Lamar, Common, and others.