Conor McGregor's infamous bus incident is the topic on everyone's mind today, with 50 Cent in particular finding a lot of joy in the situation. Chris Brown, however, has a little more sympathy for the fighter, who just lost his UFC featherweight title. When confronted by TMZ, Brown was asked for his thoughts on the situation, and considering he's found himself in similar fits of rage before, he feels for McGregor.
"We all get crazy sometimes," he responds, offering more support for McGregor than 50 Cent. On the same night, TMZ caught-up with Chris Brown again, this time showing him acting up once again.
In the video, Brown can be seen arguing with a valet parking attendant outside TAO Los Angeles, threatening to get violent with him. He was supposedly disputing the charge, saying at one point "I should knock you out." It's not clear how much he was being charged, but he clearly wasn't happy. He goes on to say the valet "did [him] dirty" and was "trying to rape [him] right now." He's collected during the ordeal, but it's clearly very tense.
Meanwhile, McGregor has been arrested after injuring several people during the outburst, placing his future in the UFC uncertain. UFC President Dana White has explained that he has no interest in helping McGregor out, reports ESPN. "Normally, yes, I would dive right in and do everything in my power to help one of my guys. But not in this situation," he explained to ESPN.
With two fighters having suffered injuries at the hands at McGregor, White is not eager to sort things out for him.
"He came into the Barclays Center, attacked our fighters and attacked my staff with a bunch of guys. No, you don't get my help on this one," he says.
Chris Brown previously threw a chair through a window at Good Morning America back in 2011 in a similar outburst. At the time he was on probation for the domestic violence incident with his ex-girlfriend Rihanna.
Recently he was spotted with hands around a woman's neck, although he insisted he was playing around.