- The Washington Times - Friday, March 11, 2016

R&B singer Chris Brown urged black people to start attending Donald Trump rallies in large groups in order to fend off possibly violent supporters.

The Grammy-winning performer unleashed a tirade on Instagram Thursday after a 78-year-old white man was charged with sucker-punching a black protester at a Trump rally in Fayetteville, North Carolina.

“Man, this s— is getting crazy,” the 26-year-old said in an angry Instagram video, the New York Daily News reported. “Black people getting assaulted at f—ing rallies where you’re supposed to talk at.” 

“What you need to start doing — all these black people, go together 40, 50 deep. See what they do then,” he added. “Keep touching us, motherf—.”

Mr. Brown also included an expletive-filled caption claiming “God will have his revenge.”

“F— Trump and f— the pigs,” he wrote. “Without our black culture, Asian culture, Latin culture, Muslims and any race that you don’t approve of help you to be who the f— you are.”

“Not to mention we are the most creative, oppressed, resilient and hard workers, without us your (sic) just another simple minded scared little man,” he added.

The post has received nearly 200,000 likes.

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