Chris Brown may be involved in his own drama with rumors swirling about his reconciliation with ex-girlfriend Rihanna, but the Grammy Award-winning R&B singer has taken time to speak out against Michael Jackson's family for publicly feuding.
After reports surfaced about a scuffle involving Jermaine, Randy, Paris and Janet Jackson at Katherine Jackson's home on Tuesday, Brown took to his Twitter account to ask that the adults in the family keep things behind closed doors.
"The Jackson family feud...gotta stop! Stop making y'all business public," Brown tweeted Wednesday morning. "Michael was under enough scrutiny."
The 23-year-old singer who has undergone his own fair share of scrutiny asked the family to work their issues out for the sake of the children involved.
"Don't put the kids through the (expletive)," Brown exclaimed on Twitter. "Work y'all (expletive) out as a family and stop giving them the pleasure of (expletive) with y'all!"
Throughout his eight-year professional music career, Brown has credited the late Jackson for being a major influence on him. In a recent interview for the Fuse television network, Brown spoke about trying to make Jackson proud.
"My legacy is not to be Michael Jackson, but to just be me. … I want to make him proud," Brown said.
The singer felt the need to tweet about the ongoing situation erupting in the media after Jackson's 14-year-old daughter Paris tweeted that she was worried that her grandmother had gone missing. While Paris' aunts and uncles maintained that the Jackson matriarch was resting with family on doctor's orders, reports also surfaced about the late singer's siblings allegedly attempting to get a new executor of his estate after claiming that the late pop star's will was a fake.
While some sources from TMZ claim that Janet Jackson slapped Paris and attempted to take her cell phone to stop the young girl from tweeting about the family's business, Michael's brother Randy recently spoke to the Rev. Al Sharpton on his MNSBC program "Politics Nation" to explain the family's dispute.
While Randy explained that the Jackson family had questions for the executors of the late singer's estate that said Michael signed his will in Los Angeles on a date that he was in New York City with Sharpton, Paris' uncle also maintained that family came first.
"We are family first," Randy said. "I want everyone to know that."