Chris Brown's infamous blue bow tie worn on Larry King Live last week has been deemed as important if not more talked about than words uttered within the interview. Striking back at jokes like "Chris Brown's bow tie speaks," Brown took to Twitter recently.
Calling the bow tie talk hilarious, Brown says things would be different if the bow tie was worn by someone else.
"LOL... THE BOWTIE???? IF KANYE OR ANYBODY HAD THAT ON PEOPLE WOULD BE LIKE..'OMG' I NEED ONE OF THOSE," Brown twittered from his 'MechanicalDummy' account.
In related news, Chris Brown's forthcoming album, Graffiti, may be released this year.
Speaking of the album on Twitter, Brown claims the effort is complete.
"JUST FINISHED IT...HANDS DOWN ... MY BEST ALBUM... THATS ALL IMA GIVE AWAY RIGHT NOW...I HONESTLY DONT THINK THE GAME IS READY FOR THE RECORDZ I GOT COMING OFF THE NEW ALBUM...," Brown wrote.
Graffiti follows the embattled entertainer's award-winning sophomore effort Exclusive.
A release date for Graffiti has not been confirmed by Brown's label but could arrive in the coming months.