Chris Brown Gets Into Heated Argument at 9/11 Charity Basketball Game [WATCH]
It sure was an eventful day for Chris Brown when he participated in the Power 106 Celebrity Basketball game on Sunday.
According to TMZ, he got into an argument with somebody in the crowd, although it's not clear what started it. In a video, you can see Breezy standing on two chairs, either trying to get to the person he was arguing with or simply trying to get his attention. Then in another part of the video, Brown is seen having a face-to-face exchange with somebody dressed in all black, while others, including security, try to quell things.
"You better get your dog, n----," you can hear the singer yell.
Eventually, a few police officers approach, and they quickly clear the area. Afterward, Brown seemingly explains what just happened to a group of men, then the video concludes.
In another part of the charity game, the R&B star chose not to stand during Tank's rendition of the "Star-Spangled Banner," which could be his way of supporting the San Francisco 49er's Colin Kaepernick.
As it's widely known, the 28-year-old quarterback said he wouldn't be standing for the song due to racial injustices in the U.S. In fact, Brown supported the move on his Instagram page a bit after. Fortunately for the singer, he wasn't arrested for his run-in with the guy in black.
You can see Brown argue with that man above and watch him sit for the National Anthem below.