The Chris Brown D-Bag Tour Continues–What He Allegedly Did To This Rental House In Ibiza Is Disgusting

Chris Brown is the Johnny Manziel of the music industry. He has absolutely zero capacity to learn from mistakes and seemingly goes out of his way to unabashedly show how self-righteous and uncooperative he is. I’d argue that Chris is a bigger dickface because instead of his antics being primarily self-destructive like Manziel’s (save the domestic violence allegation), Brown is a reckless tornado who doesn’t give a shit about you, me, or our grandmothers.

This was evident yesterday when news broke that he grabbed a chick’s phone out of his VIP area and carelessly threw it over his shoulder. Dick move.

Welp, Chris has once again demonstrated his utter lack of fucks after allegedly trashing a villa he rented for a week in Ibiza.

According to TMZ,

Chris rented a villa in Ibiza for the last week in June, and the landlord went to police and accused Chris of trashing the house. According to the police report, obtained by TMZ, Chris or someone in his crew either threw knives at the wall or carved them up.

Throwing knives in the wall of a rental house? Some men just want to watch the world burn. But we’re just getting started.

And the alleged damages gets worse … the landlord says someone peed the bed and there was vomit everywhere.

As for why cops got involved, according to the report, Chris was supposed to be out hours ago and wouldn’t leave, so the landlord got police to help give him the boot.

The landlord says Chris is also on the hook for $26k in rent, and with damages the landlord is now gunning for around $60k. A source close to Chris says the rent issue has been resolved, and was a banking problem on the landlord’s end.

Stabbing walls, puking, peeing. Dude’s got a boatload of integrity.

[h/t TMZ]

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