Dissing Chris Brown, especially in public, will draw the ire of his fans. And Team Breezy is vicious. Ask Pink, who had to fend of death threats after posting a snide remark on her Twitter account during his performance at the 2012 Billboard Music Awards last May.
"One day if I lipsync, I hope I do it as well as him," she wrote. After that, they attacked, and she wasn't feeling it in any respect.
"The internet has created monsters," she told News.com.au. "People that wouldn't have the balls to say anything in person but they get a keyboard under their fingers and, well, there's that saying, 'Anonymity is a shield from the tyranny of the majority.'"
She says Twitter is good for showing people's dark sides.
"There are so many haters in the world, so many miserable people," she says. "It was a joke. It wasn't even meant like, 'I hate Chris Brown'. Twitter brings out the best and worst in people- myself included. With the Chris Brown thing I got death threats for days. My favourite was, 'I will snatch you within an inch of your life.' I don't know how that works exactly, but whatever you want."