Natalie Nunn Apologizes To Chris Brown Following Tommie Lee's Outburst

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ATLANTA, GA - SEPTEMBER 22: Tommie Lee attends Meek Mill & Future in Concert at The Cellairis Amphitheatre at Lakewood on September 22, 2019 in Atlanta, Georgia.(Photo by Prince Williams/Wireimage) NORTH HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA - AUGUST 21: Natalie Nunn attends the Zeus Network's "Bobby I Love You, Purr" Los Angeles premiere screening at Regal North Hollywood on August 21, 2022 in North Hollywood, California. (Photo by Steven Simione/Getty Images) WEST HOLLYWOOD, CA - DECEMBER 15: Recording artist Chris Brown attends a listening party for his latest album, 'Royalty' at HYDE Sunset: Kitchen + Cocktails on December 15, 2015 in West Hollywood, California. (Photo by Imeh Akpanudosen/Getty Images)
Natalie Nunn can't wait to step in the ring with Tommie Lee after Lee's recent comments about Chris Brown's son.

Natalie Nunn is among those who’ve publicly taken issue with Tommie Lee’s recent behavior. Last night, the Love & Hip Hop star faced backlash following an apparent interaction with Chris Brown’s son backstage at a concert. Apparently, Lee spotted Aeko backstage, and pointed it out before someone from Chris Brown’s camp slammed the door on her. Things took a turn for the worse with an alleged physical altercation breaking out.

However, Tommie wasn’t necessarily apologetic for her actions. In fact, she was quite the opposite. As Natalie Nunn and others who were with her condemned her actions, she went even further when she hopped on Live Stream to address the matter. Tommie cussed out Breezy, Ammika Harris, who she claimed slammed the door on her, and their son. “​​I don’t care about your baby. F*ck your baby,” she said. “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. F*ck all y’all motherf*ckers.” 

Natalie Nunn Can’t Wait To See Tommie Lee In The Ring

Natalie Nunn got Tommie Lee backstage to the Chris Brown concert, so she definitely felt some type of way about how things panned out. She hopped on Instagram afterward, blasting Lee for commenting on Aeko, while apologizing to Breezy and his team on behalf of Zeus. “Your disgusting,” Nunn wrote on Instagram. “I apologize to the entire CB team we at Zeus do not condone this type of behavior like girl keep ppls kids out of your mouth! Imma buss your shit on Saturday.”

Nunn’s eyeing her get back this weekend when she and Tommie Lee enter the boxing ring for their long-awaited celebrity match up. The two agreed to the boxing match in 2021, but there have been a handful of delays since then. Clearly, this will present the ideal opportunity for Nunn to smack Lee for her comments about Chris Brown’s son, as Sada Baby suggested should have been done. "It woulda happened in Detroit wit out her gettin smacked at least. Not saying I woulda did it but I wouldn’t have had to. It’s just the principle,” Sada said on Instagram. Check out Nunn's comments above.

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