Shout out to loyal reader Marie S, who informed us that pseudo-singer Teyana Taylor is crying victim after jumping up in a black man's face and getting slapped down.
Jean-Claude La Marre told TMZ.com she "jumped on me and began swinging" during a disagreement on the set of his sexy western "Gang of Roses 2."
Of course Taylor denied attacking the director first. This despite the fact that Taylor was accused of stomping a female out for daring to say something about her bestie Chris Brown.
In a recent interview Teyana said:
For him to put his hands on me was really hurtful. I don’t have a dad, I never had a dad and I ain't about to have one today. I have never had a man raise his hand at me. It’s very emotional for me, it’s a very sensitive subject and at the end of the day, right is right and wrong is wrong. You never put your hands on a female. Period.
We guess she forgot that she brutally assaulted a girl in a recording studio because the girl said something she didn't like about Chris Brown who viciously assaulting his then-girlfriend in 2009?
She was so quick to run up in Chris Brown's face after he assaulted Rihanna. But now that the shoe is on the other foot she wants us to feel sorry for her!
According to TMZ.com, Taylor was hanging out at a recording studio in Burbank ... when another woman made a comment regarding Teyana’s friend Chris Brown. Teyana allegedly flipped out — and punched the other woman in the face multiple times. Yeah, she sounds like an angel
The chick was probably responding to Teyana's interview with Vibe in which she defended Brown like he didn't do anything wrong.
"A lot of people were jumping on different bandwagons and I really felt like that was wack. Before the incident between him and Rihanna, Chris had always been my brother... I've known him for four years and I was one of the only people that stood by his side when the situation happened.
"When he gets back to where he used to be, a lot of people are going to come running back and smiling in his face... He knows who really are his friends. I think stuff like this happens to really show you who really cares about you."
But now that the same thing has happened to her she wants to say that no man should hit a woman? That's certainly true, but isn't Rihanna a woman too?
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