A recent tweet involving a Chris Brown and Rihanna domestic abuse reference from WWE Champion CM Punk has caught Breezy’s attention. Now the hip hop singer has tweeted off several responses aimed at the wrestler. Is it possible a real life fight will happen between the two?
After last night’s Elimination Chamber 2012 results, CM Punk is still the WWE Champion, and many believe that Chris Brown is still a chump. That includes Punk himself who tweeted he wanted to “‘curb stomp’ Brown at an upcoming WWE event because he wants Brown to ‘fight somebody that can defend themselves.’” It’s unknown if Brown has tickets to a wrestling event where Punk will be in action.
TMZ reports that it didn’t take Breezy long to see the tweet or at least get told about it by someone else. He fired right back at the wrestling superstar with his own tweets, first saying:
@CMpunk needs more followers. He’s such a leader! Not to mention the roids hes on has made it utterly impossible for him pleasure a women.
Chris Brown later added another interesting remark:
@CMpunk contact my assistant and I’ll have em send u an autographed pic for my biggest FAN!!!
This is certainly an interesting battle crossing over between WWE wrestling and hip hop. It almost compares to the altercation or beef involving rapper Lil Wayne and NFL star Dez Bryant outside a Miami hotel and nightclub months ago. In reality, though, these latest two “celebrities” went to really touchy areas in their tweets. Punk brought up the infamous Chris Brown and Rihanna domestic abuse incident from years ago. Brown had to drag the whole “all wrestlers use steroids” into things.
When it comes down to it, it’s unlikely Brown would ever step into a wrestling ring with CM Punk. Actually, no it’s not, because in the WWE, Vince McMahon has enough money to make whatever he wants to happen, happen. The pro wrestling business also loves to find ways to generate controversy and make headlines. Is it possible fans will see Chris Brown or Rihanna show up for Wrestlemania 28? Stay tuned!
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