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From CNN:

Days after Chris Brown took to his Twitter page accusing stores of “blackballing” his new album, “Graffiti,” the singer’s account was deleted after he left a final message to his fans.

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“I WANNA THANK MY FANS FOR ALL THE SUPPORT,” said Brown’s final tweet, posted Monday afternoon. “I LOVE YALL. GOODBYE!!!!!!!!!!!!”

Over the weekend, Brown went on a tirade after he visited a Wal-Mart store in Connecticut and didn’t see his album on shelves.

“The didnt even have my album in the back … not on shelves, saw for myself,” he tweeted.

Brown said he spoke to the manager, who had no answers.

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“the manager told me that when there are new releases its mandatory to put em on the shelves. BUT NO SIGN OF #GRAFFITI. BS,” he tweeted.

He continued to say that Alicia Keys’ new album was stocked and ready for release, though it wasn’t due out until Tuesday.

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[12:22 p.m. – 12/14/2009] – Chris Brown Complains On Twitter That Stores Won’t Stock His Album


Chris Brown’s first new album since the singer pled guilty to a February assault of then-girlfriend Rihanna was released last week, but some retailers aren’t carrying it.

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Brown lashed out at those retailers that aren’t stocking “Graffiti” via his Twitter feed, and he’s not just angry at stores, he’s angry at the industry as a whole.

Note: The following tweets are edited only in order to achieve a PG rating. All other spelling/syntax remains the same.

rown began his tirade at 3:04 p.m., Dec 11, “im tired of this s***. major stores r blackballing my cd. not stockin the shelves and lying to costumers. what the f*** do i gotta do…”

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He followed that up minutes later with ”WTF… yeah i said it and i aint retracting s***.”

At 3:12 p.m., he stated the obvious: “im not biting my tongue about s*** else… the industry can kiss my ass.”

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