The 38-year-old rapper, Remy Ma is showing her support for Chris Brown by taking his side following the rape allegation that trailed him.
She made this known during an episode of Revolt TV while discussing the controversial T-shirt released by 29-year-old Brown as a direct call-out of his rape accuser as a liar.
The shirt which was released by Brown’s company, Black Pyramid reads, “This B*tch Lyin’,” and Remy Ma wants one in her closet just to show her support. The R&B singer was arrested in the same city but released from police custody on January 22. The shirt was released a day before Brown slammed his accuser with a defamation lawsuit.
To show how furious she is about the accusation, Remy Ma said,
“These females that are coming out lyin’. There has to be some — there are no repercussions,” Remy said on the Feb. 4 episode of Revolt TV. “‘Ok, he’s going to sue her.’ The b*tch is broke, it’s not even going to affect nobody.” But Remy sees Chris’ controversial T-shirt as the only logical repercussion. “I feel like the only thing that he can do that probably would really affect her and make her feel some type of way is to put on the shirt, ‘This Bitch Is Lyin,’” Remy continued. “Matter of fact, send me a shirt. I will wear the ‘B*tch is Lyin’ shirt every f***ing week.”
Brown himself thanked Remy Ma for her support as he later reposted the interview to his Instagram and wrote,
remyma❤️ THANK YOU FOR ALWAYS BEING IN MY CORNER AND BEING MY BIG SIS!!! ❤️??????????.”
It would be recalled that the unidentified woman had accused Brown, a bodyguard and a third man of raping her in a suite at Paris’ Mandarin Oriental hotel on January 16.
Just some days ago, Brown shared an emotional video in which he refused to explain the rape allegations any further.
“My mom and grandma always said, ‘The Lord can give you a gift and he can take it away.’ And I feel like I don’t have to explain any bulls**t or any like that somebody has been perpetrating… or portraying me as,” he said in the video shared on Jan. 31. “So, you know, for me it’s like, all right, cool. I came out to do a job, and that’s what I did. We gonna shoot this motherf***ing video.”