Conscious rapper Joyner Lucas took to social media on Tuesday to defend his friend Chris Brown, hours after the pop singer was arrested in Paris for allegedly raping a 24-year-old woman.
Brown, 29, allegedly met the woman at a nightclub near the Champs-Elysees and took her back to the Mandarin Oriental, where he and two other men - including his bodyguard - allegedly attacked her.
In a profanity-laced tirade on Instagram.com, Lucas called out others for trying to ruin Brown's "legacy."
"Any and every way someone gets the opportunity to create a story and try to ruin my niggaz legacy they take it," he wrote.
Lucas suggested that Brown has is pick of women, and thus he doesn't have to rape anyone.
"Anybody who actually thinks breezy needs to take some pu--y got issues. Trust me when I say it doesn't matter what city, state, country, or continent this ni--a goes to, he can literally pick like a flower from a garden of bad b-tches who wanna f--k and it's that simple."
Lucas is best known for his 2015 track "Ross Capicchioni", that documents one high school student's near-fatal gang initiation.
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