Yesterday, convicted woman beater Chris Brown took to his Twitter page to defend himself against criticism aimed at his self-released music videos.
This comes on the heels of confidential information I received yesterday from someone close to Brown's camp who called to say Chris Brown is like a "runaway train" whose people have all but abandoned him.
The source said half of CB's entourage, including bodyguards, have been fired or laid off due to brown's cash flow problems.
I bet Chris Brown won't admit that on Twitter.com.
"Everyone has abandoned him, including key people at his record label," said the source, who asked to remain anonymous.
"He's pretty much making career decisions on his own. He's like a runaway train and nobody wants to get run over, so they're backing away from him. At some point, attorneys will drop a client if they know that client just won't listen."
The source said Brown's record label is quietly disappointed with his record sales and the fact that they can't persuade radio station programmers to play his music. As a result, frustrated record execs find themselves limited by his continuing legal problems. So Brown has taken his career into his own hands.
Good luck with that.