Chris Brown has had a rough few weeks following his gun-saga arrest, but he’s back to his old unapologetic self.
The singer joined the National Anthem protest at the Power 106 Celebrity Basketball Game on Sunday, which marked the 15th anniversary of 9/11. Tank sang the now-controversial anthem and urged the crowd, even those who would otherwise protest, to stand in honor of the 3,000 people who died during 9/11.
But Breezy and his friends followed in Colin Kaepernick‘s footsteps and sat the anthem out—joking around as others stood.
Although Brown and friends rode the sidelines during the song, he did seem to like Tank’s rendition of the anthem.
Following his sit-out, the singer got into an argument with someone in the stands, and it was was intense enough for cops to get involved. No word on what led to the altercation, but in the video, you can see Chris is visibly upset, and you hear one of the USC cops say, “I don’t care who’s here, get it straight.”
Check out the video above.
SOURCE: TMZ | PHOTO CREDIT: Getty, TMZ
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