Chris Brown Smoking Pot On Private Jet Story Is “Full Of Lies,” Says Rep
Chris Brown did not blow pot smoke at a flight attendant on a private jet, despite a factually inaccurate report from one of the tabloids. Gossip Cop can exclusively correct the story. Brown’s rep tells us the story is “simply untrue” and “full of lies.”
According to Us Weekly, Brown was “smoking a ton of pot” during a recent flight on a private jet. The tabloid claims the fight crew told him it was against FAA regulation, but “he didn’t seem to care.” The magazine then quotes a so-called “soource” as saying, “He blew smoke at a flight attendant and said, ‘I paid $60,000 for this jet, so I own it and everyone inside.’”
But that’s not all. The tabloid alleges Brown lit another joint shortly before landing and told a second flight attendant, “What is your old a** doing here anyway? I like to have the help be people I’d actually like to f*ck.”
The story, however, is NOT true. Brown was not smoking pot during the flight, though he and a companion were smoking cigarettes prior to take off. Gossip Cop is told when the pilot explained there was no smoking on the aircraft, Brown put out his cigarette, while his companion did as well, but in a rude manner, which angered the pilot.
The pilot said he wouldn’t take off until Brown’s companion was removed. Gossip Cop hears the singer then asked his manager if the pilot could be replaced for another. Ultimately, Brown’s companion was removed from the private jet, which then took off.
Among the other inaccuracies in the Us Weekly story is that there was only one flight attendant, not two, and Brown was never rude to her. Additionally, he never said anything like, “I paid $60,000 for this jet, so I own it,” because the private jet was paid for by his record label. A rep for Brown tells Gossip Cop the magazine’s story is “inaccurate, full of lies, and simply untrue.”