Tommie Lee Apologizes To Chris Brown: "I Love The Children"

Tommie Lee issues an apology to Chris Brown and Ammika Harris during a press conference.

BYAron A.
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Tommie Lee had some words for Chris Brown, the mother of his son, and their child after she attended his concert. The reality TV star caught flack shortly after calling out Breezy’s son Aeko backstage at his concert. Ammika Harris, Aeko’s mom, allegedly slammed the door on her while other members of Chris Brown’s team were similarly upset over the situation. Natalie Nunn and Baddies star Rollie called out Lee on social media afterward.

Instead of apologizing for the confusion and taking accountability, Tommie Lee lashed out at everyone, including Breezy, Harris, and their child. “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,” she said. Sada Baby chimed in, claiming that she would’ve gotten slapped if she was in Detroit while Natalie Nunn offered an apology to Chris Brown and his team. “Imma buss you in your s*** on Saturday,” she wrote. 

Tommie Lee Takes Accountability

Tommie Lee’s gearing up to step into the ring with Natalie Nunn this weekend for their highly-anticipated celebrity boxing match on Floyd Mayweather vs. Aaron Chalmers’ undercard. Today, she appeared at a press conference for the bout where she addressed the issue and took accountability for her actions. “I want to start off by addressing the elephant in the room. I love the children, I love the children,” she said. At that point, she provided an apology to Brown and his family. “I just want to apologize to Chris Brown and his baby mother ‘cause it’s not my character.”

It appears that she didn’t think the matter was serious at first. Despite the clear tension between Chris’ camp and Tommie, she suggested that her tone was intended to be playful. “It started off as the, you know, friendly sport of it. It got real, it happened. We all human and I’m here to knock this ***** out at this point,” she concluded. At this point Chris Brown hasn’t addressed her initial comments or her apology but we’ll keep you posted if he does. 

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