LOS ANGELES, June 29 (UPI) -- Rapper Chris Brown launched a long and expletive-laced explanation on Instagram Tuesday about why, in the span of a few weeks, his manager and publicist left his team, ET Canada reported.
"All of those people who ar claiming to be my 'team' are a part of Mike G's team," he wrote. They all were fired on different occasions. Immature and unprofessional how they are choosing to handle [expletive]. No [expletive] need for me to hash out any specific details, just know people will run up a check and do no work or even care. Then it's your fault when u call them on it or even ask??? UTA has been amazing, so has Live Nation along with RCA, etc."
"I never needed anyone for my talent," Brown continued. "PR??? Please tell me fans, do you really think that Chris Brown has had a good publicist? Ima go mute on all this [expletive].
His publicist, who says she quit, had a different version of what's been going on in the Chris Brown camp.
Brown reportedly went ballistic on Nicole Pema over magazine covers he wants for his clothing line which she had not secured, TMZ reported.
He reportedly referred to her as a do-nothing [expletive], after which she shot back that her job had turned into that of cleaning up Brown's [expletive].
The argument reportedly began when Pema complimented Brown on the magazine covers. "Loooove all the black pyramid pieces... awesome collection!"
Brown shot back. "I don't want you texting me compliments with no results." He accused her of doing nothing to secure covers for Vogue, GQ or any other publication. "Get in the game," he told Pema.
Brown, on Instagram, said the texts from Pema were on a group text with his former manager Mike G, who is suing Brown for alleged assault. He said the texts were a set-up.
"You won't Michael Jackson me!" Brown wrote on Instagram.
While texting back and forth with Pema, Brown texted Mike G. "Mike, this [expletive] got all the balls in the world talking to me but can't talk to the editors or anyone for that matter when they release [expletive] in the press ... Send this [expletive] her termination."
Pema replied. "Chris, respect. You're in my prayers x."
"[Expletive], u in my nightmares," Brown replied, after which Pema sent in her letter of resignation.