Chris Brown has sounded off in a major way regarding Khelani’s attempted suicide, after it was discovered that she had broken up with Cleveland Cavaliers star Kyrie Irving to get back with her ex-boyfriend, PartyNextDoor.
As we previously reported, once the news got out Kehlani was hit with cheating accusations via social media. On Monday, March 28, she posted an Instagram photo with a caption that suggested she had tried to kill herself.
“I wanted to leave this Earth. Being completely selfish for once. Never thought I’d get to such a low point. But don’t believe the blogs you read. No one was cheated on and I’m not a bad person. Everyone is hurt and everyone is in a place of misunderstanding,” she wrote. “But as of today, I had no wish to see tomorrow. But God saved me for a reason and for that…I must be grateful. Cuz I’m not in Heaven right now for a reason. On that note, bye Instagram.”
Brown, who is friends with Irving, wasn’t buying it. The singer took to Twitter on Tuesday night/Wednesday morning and accused Kehlani of seeking attention.