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Chris Brown’s ‘pot-fuelled flight’

Published 03/06/2015

Chris Brown
Chris Brown

Chris Brown “blew smoke at a flight attendant” according to reports.

The Loyal singer is believed to have brought marijuana on board with him and his entourage. When a flight attendant addressed the issue, the 26-year-old is alleged to have been rude in his reply.

“He blew smoke at a flight attendant and said, ‘I paid $60,000 for this jet, so I own it and everyone inside,’” a source told Us Weekly.

The FAA doesn’t allow smoking of any kind on aircraft. But Chris is believed to have flaunted the rules throughout his journey, lighting up again before landing as well as being vulgar towards another member of flight staff.

“He told her, ‘What is your old a*s doing here anyway? I like to have the help be people I’d actually like to f**k,’” he reportedly said according to the insider.

While the singer’s rep did not comment on the accusations, his behaviour goes against his recent claims that he has realised the error of his ways.

“Most of my issues always deal with love and me being in my feelings. Not to mention me being a dog sometimes,” the father-of-one wrote on Instagram on May 28. “I can't speak for everyone but I can say that my actions contributed a lot to my karma. Being jealous and angry and controlling. There has been times where I looked in the mirror and hated the person I see. (sic)”

The touching letter was written in a caption attached to a picture of Chris sitting down on patio furniture with his eyes closed. In the image he sits in repose beneath a stunning blue sky with white puffy clouds and an endless tropical ocean expanse stretched out behind him.

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