Sada Baby Puts Tommie Lee On Blast For Comments About Chris Brown's Baby

"It never woulda happened in Detroit without her getting smacked at least," Sada Baby said following Tommie Lee's comments towards Chris Brown's child.

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Tommie Lee’s erratic behavior backstage at a Chris Brown concert led to a flurry of responses across social media. The Love & Hip Hop star apparently threw a fit following a concert where she pointed out that Chris Brown’s son was in attendance. Baddies star Rollie said Natalie Nunn got them backstage to the show but as they left the section, Tommie got a door slammed on her. “Why the f*ck did Tommie see Chris Brown baby and was like, ‘Oh, his baby is so cute.’ They grabbed the baby and put him in the room. She smacked the door in,” Rollie recalled, claiming that Breezy’s security got aggressive with them.

Shortly after, Tommie shared her side of the story but she wasn’t holding back her tongue. She corroborated that Breezy’s team slammed the door on her. However, she didn’t understand why Chris’ team was particularly aggressive towards her. “Imagine me, for a baby that ain’t even mine, to knock a door down. Is you f*ckin’ serious?” she said before launching into an expletive-laden tirade against Breezy’s son. “I don’t care about your baby. F*ck your baby,” she continued. “And f*ck his daddy, too. The f*ck? Really. Like, girl. I ain’t pressed ’bout no motherf*ckin baby. F*ck him. All y’all look albino as f*ck.”

Sada Baby Says Tommie Lee’s Behavior Is “Wild”

The internet certainly had plenty of things to say regarding Tommie Lee’s clip. Social media users began calling her out for insulting a poor child and many others simply laughed at her reaction. However, Sada Baby felt it was out of pocket for Tommie to go in on a baby at a concert. “Screaming curse words n kickin a door down in the direction of a baby is wild,” he wrote. “Y’all be lettin these reality TV girls do the wildest shit.”

Afterward, he said that if that had happened in his hometown of Detroit, someone would’ve likely assaulted her. “It woulda happened in Detroit wit out her gettin smacked at least. Not saying I woulda did it but I would’n’t have had to. It’s just the principle,” he wrote. He stated that Tommie’s behavior is why he avoids Instagram. “I’m goin back to twitch n TikTok where all the energy is positive and genuine,” he added. Check out Sada Baby’s comments above 

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