Chris Brown Tweets “Love And Respect” For LGBT Community After Alleged Gay Pride Appearance No-Show

Who do you believe in this he said/she said?

Chris Brown allegedly skipped out at a planned performance at the Georgia Freight Depot nightclub during Atlanta Black Gay Pride over the weekend.

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The event, sponsored by Traxx Girls (a lesbian owned entertainment company), was touted as the “biggest girl party in the country with over 4,000 women in attendance.”

“I think it’s unfortunate for mainstream artists to take people’s money with the complete prior knowledge of knowing what the event is and being very clear about what the event is about,” Melissa Scott, founder of Traxx Girls, told the Georgia Voice. “I’m completely baffled. You know it’s gay pride. You knew you agreed when you sent the contract in and took the money.”

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - JUNE 07:  Chris Brown performs at the 2015 Hot 97 Summer Jam at MetLife Stadium on June 7, 2015 in East Rutherford, New Jersey.  (Photo by Brad Barket/Getty Images)

According to Scott, she received text messages from Brown’s people requesting his image be removed from the promotional images for the event citing that “he looks a little feminine.”

Unsure of how to proceed, Scott made a Hail Mary phone call to rapper Fetty Wapp (who happened to be down the street). “He was five minutes away and asked him if he could come. He said ’hell yeah!’ I said it’s a gay party. It’s tons of people here. He said he didn’t care and was on his way.”

However, according to Brown, the appearance was never locked.

Not working in favor of Brown’s defense is his past, which is riddled with accounts of anti-gay and anti-trans rhetoric.

WASHINGTON, DC - SEPTEMBER 2: Chris Brown enters the H. Carl Moultrie I Court House of the District of Columbia to accept a plea deal for an assault charge on September 2, 2014 in Washington, DC. Brown was arrested on misdemeanor charges after allegedly assaulting Parker Adams outside the W Hotel in Washington, D.C on  October 28, 2013. (Photo by Kris Connor/Getty Images)

Earlier this summer, he referred to Caitlyn Jenner as a “science experiment” on his Instagram.

Before that, Brown was sued in February, 2014 by 20-year-old Parker Adams who claimed the rapper berated him with the words, “I ain’t down with that gay shit” before beating him and ultimately breaking his nose. (Brown went on to settle the case for $100K.)

Years earlier, in 2011, Brown unleashed on several photographers whom he believed had tipped off parking-enforcement officers to his illegally parked car, saying, “Y’all n*ggas is weak. Did you call them to try and film me? Y’all n*ggas is gay!”

With all that in mind: Who do you believe?