So when will Instagram followers learn that when you come for someone, it’s not always uncommon for you to get an occasional check.
Following your favorite celebrity or any public figure is one thing but let it be just that – admire the talent and keep commentary in that perspective.
In the case of Karreuche Tran, she found herself making headlines for a “Chile, bye” moment.
One of Tran’s followers decided to interrogate and take a few jabs at the entrepreneur when he asked:
Lemme ask you something….why the hell are you famous? What do you do that is benefitting society or that is entertaining? All I know is that you like to ride Chris Brown
Tran decided it was best to fight back by replying:
n***a…The f*ck you talking to [sic] about?? You clearly don’t know my life .. I work and I work for mines lil n***a. I’m famous cause n****slike you keep my f*cking name in their mouths. You know what I do that benefits society??! I f*cking give back to the community…
Well she told him, huh?
Humor aside, to an everyday person Tran is probably no more than a “celebrity girlfriend” whose “claim to fame” rose off the coattails of Grammy winner Chris Brown. She also was a staple in the ongoing triangle that Brown led between her and ex-girlfriend Rihanna.
Wouldn’t it be a little naive for her followers or spectators to think she hasn’t “gained” additional opportunities being associated with Brown?
Even if she does accumulate more while being with him, and kudos to her, she’s still a human being. We all have breaking points and sometimes, being “civil” just isn’t an option for some. However, she took aim and defended herself so you can’t be mad at that right?
In addition to Tran checking someone, vocal powerhouse Monica Brown also was spotted having an “Uhhh, say what
In case you didn’t know, Snoop Dogg’s son Cordell Broadus, joined other high school senior football players on National Signing Day (Feb. 4).
This marks a monumental moment not just for the lives of the newly enlisted players but their families as well. However, not all found an appreciation for Broadus’ committment to UCLA.
Check out Brown’s uploaded pic below:
Another follower decided to compare the “success” of youths who have to navigate their earnings in the world through “disadvantages” as opposed to those who grew up with celebrity parent(s) with a higher tax bracket.
Remember Lil romeo playing for USC? A total flop. He sucked. And y did he get on in the first place? His daddy.. Pick three young women or men from disadvantage areas and give them the opportunity. I dare u
Brown didn’t take to kindly to her follower’s comments and replied:
If your level of effort matched your level of hate I’m sure your VERY successful. Bottom line is he plays phenomenally well and has grades to match. Daddy can’t buy that!!! Not in the real world!! Bye chile not in the mood today [emoji ‘peace’sign]
No one’s walk will be the same as someone else. So why question other’s achievements based on the variables that surround their lives? Broadus’ success was mapped out and designed specifically for him.
According to NFL.com, Broadus wasn’t even the “fastest” among his class but was still offered scholarships from Arizona State and Notre Dame. That ain’t half bad!
Though both users may have valid points that others agree with, there’s always a thin line between “hating” on people versus giving one’s opinion.
Christian D. Larson once said, “Promise yourself today to be just as enthusiastic about the ‘success’ of others as you are about your own.”
Allow success (whatever that may be) to stand for people in their moments. Points based off opinionated, societal discrepancies or the credibility of one’s work ethics doesn’t always have to take center stage.
What do you think of Brown and Tran’s responses?