Chris Brown faces backlash over ''nice hair'' song lyric
Chris Brown has responded.
Chris Brown is currently in hot water with Team Breezy.
On Friday (June 28), Brown released his ninth studio album Indigo. On the LP’s ninth track, “Need a Stack,” which features Joyner Lucas and Lil Wayne, Breezy states having a preference towards women with “good hair.”
“Shakin’ it, turn the lights down/Bust it for the light bill/Diggin’ it, then I’m lickin’ all on that p—y, put it right there/Only wanna f–k the black b—hes with the nice hair,” Brown says.
Unsurprisingly, the 30-year-old singer’s fans’ aren’t fond of the lyrics. As a result, one fan questioned the meaning of good hair.
“So, I’ve been a Chris Brown fan for at least half of my life. IN HIS RECENT SONG FROM HIS ALBUM (Need A Stack) he said ‘I only f–k the black b—hes with the nice hair’ and I just wanted to know, what is nice hair..?” the fan wrote.
Another fan pointed out that based on Brown’s dating history, listeners shouldn’t be surprised by the song’s lyrics. “It took the song ‘Need A Stack’ for some of you all to realize Chris Brown don’t see it for Black women & not his dating history & abuse track record?” another fan wrote.
After many fans began to chime in, Brown responded in an effort to defend himself. At first, he laughed it off as a joke before explaining that females have dating preferences as well.
“YALL TRIPPIN TRIPPIN. YALL B—HES DONT WANNA F–K DA N—A WIT DA F–KED UP TEETH DO YOU????!!!! ONLY B—HES UPSET IS THE UGLIES ( NOT THE BLACK QUEENS),” Brown commented.
Despite the mixed reactions over the song, Brown’s LP is doing fantastic from a numbers standpoint. According to Hits Daily Double, Brown’s recent project is expected to move between 110,000 to 135,000 copies.
Chris Brown’s response to his song’s lyrics can be found below.