Earlier this month Chris Brown's mother felt compelled to step in and defend her son against the backlash he received for dressing up as an Arab warrior for Halloween, but when Brown finally addressed the issue during an interview, his was response was much less censored than his mom's.
In part two of his chat with Power 106 radio host Big Boy, Brown finally got a chance to address all the criticism he received after he and his friends dressed up with turbans, long beards and flowing robes to attend Rihanna's Halloween bash.
"It's f---ing Halloween," he began, asking everyone to pay close attention to what he was about to say. "It's a mother----ing Pagan holiday, we dress our kids up as Satan, demons, little goblins and all this other stuff. Get over it, people."
"I was dressed as the mother----ing people we killed," he added. "The person [we] killed: Bin Laden. I was dressed as the people [we] killed. It's nobody's mother----ing business and everybody who's really mad about it, "F--- y'all."
Besides the wording, his reasoning wasn't any different from his mother's. "Halloween is for fun, nothing more than just fun. Get a life please," she told fans while defending her son on Twitter, "So does this mean when we dress our kids as Satan we glorifying him or (is) it just out of fun???? ... Keep smiling angel."
Brown is featured on an upcoming track on Rihanna's Unapologetic album titled "Nobodies Business," which is entirely appropriate since both artists have to use those words fairly often to defend themselves.