What Would 2 Chainz Do?
Before performing the track “Gunpowder and Lead” from her 2007 album ‘Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’ country star Miranda Lambert held up a fan-made neon green poster bearing the words “Take Notes Chris Brown” to let her fans know that her feud with Chris Brown is far from over.
Since watching Chris Breezy perform and pick up a trophy at the Grammys last Sunday, the singer has taken it upon herself to jumpstart a feud with Brown, or publicly condemn domestic violence, depending on your view, Entertainment Weekly reports.
“Get a good picture now, put it on Twitter,” Lambert told the crowd during a show at the University of Massachusetts on Thursday. “I’ve been in a world of hurt with Chris Brown fans lately . . . but see, I just have to speak my mind because where I come from, beating up on a woman is never okay.”
After the crowd applauded the singer then smirked, “So that’s why my daddy taught me early on in life how to use a shotgun.”
As you have probably suspected (thank you, rap music gods), “Gunpowder and Lead” is about a woman who decides to shoot her abusive husband: “I’m goin’ home, gonna load my shotgun/ Wait by the door and light a cigarette/He wants a fight well now he’s got one/He ain’t seen me crazy yet.”
This won’t end well. It doesn’t help that I watched ‘And Their Eyes Were Watching God’ on Lifetime yesterday. The mental image of Chris Brown foaming at the mouth before being blasted is too much for me right now. Roll that beautiful bean footage below.