Chris Brown Calls BS On Kyrie Irving’s Ex-Girlfriend’s Suicide Attempt In A Series Of AGGRESSIVE Tweets

The internet lost its shit this week when a picture surfaced of Kyrie Irving’s R&B artist girlfriend, Kehalni, in bed with a dude named Partynextdoor–who the internet mocked as a ‘Soundcloud artist.’

Thousands of people came to the NBA nice guy’s defense, and rightfully so, publicizing your infidelity with a MySpace artist is as cold as cold gets.

The internet eased up on the 20-year-old Kehlani when she posted a picture to her Instagram from her hospital bed after she presumably tried to commit suicide.

Kehlani muddied the waters even more by claiming that the whole thing was a misunderstanding and she and Kyrie weren’t even dating at the time she slapped skins with PartyNextDoor.

Via TMZ,

“I am severely utterly in love with my first love,” she wrote. “Went thru a bad breakup and ended up easing into a relationship with a man who was one of my bestfriend [Irving]. Tho we realized we both weren’t exactly at a time where we were prepared to do so. … No I’m not a CHEATER, a THOT, im a BELIEVER IN FOLLOWING YOUR HEART and not LYING TO YOURSELF.”

Oft-troubled Chris Brown, whose history indicates that he does not shy away from controversy, took to Twitter to blast Kehlani for faking an attempted suicide to swing the public perception.

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