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Mike G has sued Chris Brown, his former client, for allegedly attacking him last month. Brown has now responded -- in the most insolent fashion possible.

UPDATE: Chris Brown saw the headlines at the same time as the rest of us, and he has already offered two humorous video responses to his former manager, Mike G, who has reportedly just filed a lawsuit that alleges that Brown recently attacked him and put him in the hospital. In his Instagram video, Brown laughs off the allegations and explains that he had fired Mike G, aka "Mr. Petty Pants himself," for stealing money. He implies that the lawsuit must be Mike's way of retaliation. He also speaks on his ability to throw the "biggest piece of shit" known to man -- "elephant shit mixed with donkey shit, might even be a little bit of rabbit pebbles." Watch below. 

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Chris Brown is the target of yet another lawsuit -- nothing surprising, but this one happens to come from his manager Mike G, who has reportedly claimed that, last month, he was the target of a vicious attack at the hands of Brown. According to the suit, the attack sent him to the ER. 

Mike was reportedly hired by Brown in 2012, and he claims to have helped lift the singer out of a dire period of debt and drug addiction. He also feels that he was crucial in restoring Brown's public image after his most infamous assault, his 2009 beating of then-girlfriend Rihanna

Mike's lawsuit alleges that Brown took him to a room and "brutally attacked him with repeated punches to the face and neck," reports TMZ. Apparently Brown showed zero remorse in the wake of the assault; instead, he mocked Mike on social media and was seemingly pleased with his violent actions. 

The assault supposedly took place while Brown was back on the drugs, and in his lawsuit, Mike reportedly expresses concern for potential retaliation on behalf of Brown's gang-affiliated friends. 

"We did everything we could to resolve this in a non-public way to avoid damage to Chris Brown," said Patty Glaser, Mike G's attorney. "Regrettably, as outlined in our complaint, Chris Brown has proven to be his own worst enemy," she went on to tell TMZ. 

Chris Brown Responds To Manager Suing Him For Brutal Assault

Mike G has sued Chris Brown, his former client, for allegedly attacking him last month. Brown has now responded -- in the most insolent fashion possible.


UPDATE: Chris Brown saw the headlines at the same time as the rest of us, and he has already offered two humorous video responses to his former manager, Mike G, who has reportedly just filed a lawsuit that alleges that Brown recently attacked him and put him in the hospital. In his Instagram video, Brown laughs off the allegations and explains that he had fired Mike G, aka "Mr. Petty Pants himself," for stealing money. He implies that the lawsuit must be Mike's way of retaliation. He also speaks on his ability to throw the "biggest piece of shit" known to man -- "elephant shit mixed with donkey shit, might even be a little bit of rabbit pebbles." Watch below. 

😜🏆

A video posted by 1 (@chrisbrownofficial) on

💩

A video posted by 1 (@chrisbrownofficial) on

Chris Brown is the target of yet another lawsuit -- nothing surprising, but this one happens to come from his manager Mike G, who has reportedly claimed that, last month, he was the target of a vicious attack at the hands of Brown. According to the suit, the attack sent him to the ER. 

Mike was reportedly hired by Brown in 2012, and he claims to have helped lift the singer out of a dire period of debt and drug addiction. He also feels that he was crucial in restoring Brown's public image after his most infamous assault, his 2009 beating of then-girlfriend Rihanna

Mike's lawsuit alleges that Brown took him to a room and "brutally attacked him with repeated punches to the face and neck," reports TMZ. Apparently Brown showed zero remorse in the wake of the assault; instead, he mocked Mike on social media and was seemingly pleased with his violent actions. 

The assault supposedly took place while Brown was back on the drugs, and in his lawsuit, Mike reportedly expresses concern for potential retaliation on behalf of Brown's gang-affiliated friends. 

"We did everything we could to resolve this in a non-public way to avoid damage to Chris Brown," said Patty Glaser, Mike G's attorney. "Regrettably, as outlined in our complaint, Chris Brown has proven to be his own worst enemy," she went on to tell TMZ. 

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