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Chris Brown: Stop arguing Jacksons

Published 25/07/2012

Chris Brown
Chris Brown

Chris Brown has waded into the Jackson family feud, claiming they should stop making their "business public".

The Jacksons appear to be going through a rocky patch. Michael Jackson's mother Katherine was reported missing last weekend with her son Jermaine later insisting she is taking time out to relax, while police were called to the family property earlier this week following a "physical assault" claim.

It's also understood Michael's brothers and sisters have fallen out over his will and there have apparently been arguments over caring for his three children. It has been reported that the executors of the King of Pop's estate are considering seeking emergency guardianship of the kids, while their cousin TJ is also thought to want to care for them full time.

Chris took to his Twitter account today to implore the famous family to heal their rift and deal with their differences in private for the sake of Michael's children Prince, Paris and Blanket.

"That Jackson family feud sh*t gotta stop! Stop making y'all business public! Michael was under enough scrutiny," he wrote. "Don't put the kids through the bullsh*t! Work y'all sh*t out as a family and stop giving them the pleasure of f**king wit y'all (sic)!"

Chris is currently holidaying in France, amid speculation he has been spending time with his ex-girlfriend Rihanna.

Rihanna has revealed she is struggling with some unresolved issues. She tweeted a series of messages asking her beloved late grandmother Clara Dolly Brathwaite for advice on something which is troubling her.

"I wish u were here... Got so many questions and you always had answers #grangranDOLLY (sic)," she wrote earlier today. "Send a message in the wind or something please #grangranDOLLY"

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