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Rock Bottom': Chris Brown's in Drug use, Temper Tantrums, Bullying and Obsession

Chris Brown hasn't hit rock bottom — but he is en route, according to his associates. In an lengthy article by Billboard on Thursday...

Chris Brown hasn't hit rock bottom — but he is en route, according to his associates.

In an lengthy article by Billboard on Thursday, a number of collaborators and employees - both former and current - painted a picture of what it was like to work with the singer, and it was not a pretty one.

According to members of his inner circle, he is a 'bully', 'depressed', an 'ungrateful, unappreciative and a foul person', 'incapable of being loved and loving', 'the new Bobby Brown', and 'a great Instagram dad'.

They claim he always blames someone else, has no appreciation of money, calls himself the devil, his closest friends are gang members, and he is completely obsessed with his ex girlfriend Karrueche Tran.
Chris Brown 

The piece, titled Chris Brown's Downward Spiral, details his alleged drug addiction, and how he was constantly lashing out at those around him.

One former member of his personal detail claimed: 'He's always on social media, looking up who Karrueche was with, what she was looking like, what club she was at, who posted to her Instagram.'

Just this week Brown was ordered by a judge to stay away from a friend of hers after allegedly threatening to shoot him. Last year he almost ended up in a boxing match with Souja Boy reportedly after the rapper liked one of her pictures on Instagram.

Tran split from Brown in March of 2015 when she discovered he had fathered a daughter - Royalty - with model Nia Guzman while they were together.

Having a child seemed to have a positive impact on the Kiss Kiss hitmaker; however one former associate described him in the article as merely 'a great Instagram dad'. His team also detailed how they would have to tip toe around him.

'He will cuss you out and say, 'Hey, man, I'm functioning. I'm going to get the work out.' And he does,' said a current member of his team. 'But [he's not] the first functional star who thinks they can handle those powerful drugs. I got to say with all my heart, he's dancing with death.'

'I don't think he hates women,' a female employee said. 'He's actually a very sweet, sensitive guy. But they're an easy target, and he's a bully. It's not just women -- it's everyone, and he can get away with it.'

'We would ask, 'What's the temperature today?' said a former member of his security. 'You didn't know how he was going to wake up. Were you going to get cool Chris? Or depressed or artsy and focused Chris, who would be very productive? Or the happy-go-lucky Chris, who would just joke around and have fun? It was a different person every day.'

'Sober Chris is a solid guy with a big heart,' another continued. 'High Chris and Chris coming off drugs is ungrateful, unappreciative and a foul person who most people don't want to deal with.

'Good Chris? You'll fight for him. Unfortunately, the last couple of years, it has been drug Chris. That Chris is not a good dude.' Last year Brown was sued by his former long time manager Michael Guirguis after he allegedly physically attacked him.

One former team member claimed Brown was 'ticked off' at the time because of poor sales of his latest album, Royalty.

'He sets himself up in situations where he can't lose, Like, 'I am so angry at myself, and I can beat up on [Guirguis] because I'm surrounded by people whom I pay to protect me. I can be the big man.' And he can get away with it.

'Once he did what he did to Mike G, there was no structure,' that former security team member said. 'We had no manager telling us what to do or where we were going. He would make people sleep on the bus [instead of hotels] when he was mad at them. He was threatening people and cops. He was calling himself the devil.'

'He's basically the new Bobby Brown,' said a onetime member of Brown's management. 'Think about how big [Bobby] was in the '80s -- but you know he was a bad boy.' - Mail Online 

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