Chris Brown Deletes His Instagram After Comparing Himself to Jesus Christ

“Painting the way I feel today. Focus on what matters!” read the caption of a painting by Chris Brown depicting Jesus Christ hanging on the cross, as he died for the sins of the world.

In other words, after all of the harsh criticism he’s been receiving over the past few years — mostly (okay, all of them) brought on by his poor choices — Chris Brown feels like Jesus Christ.

Meanwhile, what the H-E double hockey sticks? Did this fool really just compare himself to Jesus? THE Jesus?!?

That was pretty much everyone’s reaction when they found out Chris Brown had really compared himself to God’s only begotten son.

And as usual, in came a firestorm of criticism from all over, which prompted Brown to post a few Tweetgram messages to his followers, basically announcing that he’s quitting social media on account of it taking “away the essence of why we are even special or icons,” which to most, really reads DERP.

And then Chris Brown deleted his whole Instagram account, ripping his loyal fans away from their last personal connection to him, like when a baby’s umbilical cord is ripped away from its mother … all because Chris Brown thinks social media is why he stays in so much trouble and gets into so many violent fights with other famous R&B singers.

But this isn’t the first time Chris has deleted a social media account. The singer is famous for deleting his Twitter page, only to re-instate it days later promising more “positivity” or whatever, though this time he could really, really, really (no, seriously this time) mean business.

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