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Chris Brown Is Butthurt That People Don't Like Him, Plans To Quit Music

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Chris Brown (Debby Wong / Shutterstock.com)
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Chris Brown knows where he's wanted and where he's not wanted, thank you very much, and the singer has realized that you people, you monsters, don't want him in the world of music. So he's leaving. For good.

How do you feel NOW?

Brown took to Twitter today to let the world know that his upcoming album would likely be his last, and that fame, that cruel mistress, is only fun when you have it because people like you:

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Over the past year, Brown has seen his share of troubles and drama. He freaked out on a valet, had to paint over some graffiti and was accused of not completing his community service. But perhaps more topically, Brown tweeted as recently as June that he likes "being the person everyone hates."

How quickly things change...