Chris Brown Tweets Frustration Over Michael Jackson TV Comedy Casting and Grammy Awards

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Chris Brown speaks onstage during iHeartRadio Live with special guest T.I. at the iHeartRadio Theater Los Angeles on June 19, 2015 in Burbank, California.

Chris Brown took to Twitter Friday night (Jan. 29) to share his frustrations over the controversial casting for the new Michael Jackson in a new British TV comedy and the 2016 Grammy nominations.

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Brown first took aim at the Grammys, tweeting, “#GRAMMY? This is probably the main reason i love being free to create any kind of music I want. Too many people kiss ass And work less.”

“I’m thankful to my fans, I am able to be the best artist I can without having to conform to the ways of my peers,” the R&B singer continued. “I also need my commission.”

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Brown did not receive any nominations for his 2014 album, X. The singer is only named in the best rap/sung collaboration Grammy for Nicki Minaj’s song “Only,” which also features Drake and Lil Wayne.

A couple hours later, Brown expressed his frustration over the casting of English actor Joseph Fiennes for the role of Jackson in a new British TV comedy. The show chronicles a fabled road trip the King of Pop took with Elizabeth Taylor and Marlon Brando following the 9/11 in 2001.

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“Y’all know y'all dead wrong to have dude play MJ. If that's the case LET ME BE SUPERMAN. Da fuck they do that at? Is that blackface?,” Brown tweeted. “I DONT SUPPORT THAT CORNY ASS S--T!”

See all of Brown’s tweets below.

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