Actor-rapper Orlando Brown may not have new music or movies to promote, but it’s almost certain that any time he is featured in an interview he will dominate headlines due to his outrageous statements.
From alleging sexual encounters with “bomb a** p***y” Bow Wow, Raven Symone, Nick Cannon, and Diddy respectively (as we reported here) to suggesting Whitney Houston is secretly living in Soulja Boy‘s body, Brown’s sit-downs have fueled concern and comedic responses from viewers who aren’t sure if he’s trolling or battling substance abuse and mental health issues.
That polarized commentary continued Wednesday (August 17) when Cam Capone News uploaded another clip from their chat with Orlando in which he weighed in on the ongoing debate about Chris Brown‘s cultural and career impact as it compares to that of King of Pop Michael Jackson.
Look inside to hear his two cents on the matter.
Via a piecemealed rollout, Cam Capone News is sharing excerpts of his bizarre interview with the disgraced Disney star.
In the latest, Orlando weighs in on the critical and commercial response to Chris’ latest album, ‘Breezy.’ Although the June 24-released project debuted inside the top 10 of the Billboard 200, it entered with the R&B bad boy’s second-lowest first-week sales figures to date.
Despite suggesting Chris can be “egotistical at times” and that he hasn’t heard the album, Orlando started his discussion about the singer by giving props.
“Chris is dope,” he started at the video’s 00:08 mark. “People want to see more from him. He’s a talented guy. Very very cool dude.”
The underwhelming commercial response to the project, however, led the interviewer to open a comparative discussion about Jackson – a lingering topic Chris addressed just last month.
“I don’t see how [Chris is compared to MJ],” O shared. “Michael didn’t beat his b*tches. I never beat any of my b*tches.”
He later elaborated on why no one is worthy of an MJ comparison.
“They use Michael Jackson’s name too lightly. They compare motherf*ckers to Michael that can’t even…,” O relayed. “From mystique to that old time Hollywood type of swag. It’s who you know, it’s what you’re able to see, what energy you’re able to manipulate, what sharks are in the tank. His music is a product of his mind.”
Orlando went on to assert Chris’ new music may get a better response from the public if the two Browns collaborated.
“You’ve got to go to the drawing board and figure out what is the heart of the public,” he said. “Now, if me and Chris did some sh*t that would be dope. It’s something the people would be excited about. We’re both bad, we’ve got the name Brown and sh*t, and that’s dope. We’re looking for more [from Chris] than just the sex symbol.”
From there, the interview spiraled completely out of control as Orlando began reflecting on an oral sexual encounter he allegedly had with music mogul Diddy.
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