Chris Brown took to the Grammy stage on Sunday after a three-year-long hiatus, performing “Beautiful People” off of his album F.A.M.E, which won best R&B album of the year. But it wasn’t his electric performance that fans were tweeting about during the show — some girls said they’d let Chris Brown “beat them.” This string of tweets has provoked outrage among people who say that girls are perpetuating the acceptance of domestic violence. The Huffington Post reports on the story:

Chris Brown made a triumphant return to the Grammy stage Sunday night. Not only did the singer stun viewers with his fancy footwork, he also scored a major win for “Best R&B Album” for his latest “F.A.M.E.”

The “Beautiful People” singer seemed confident as he pop locked on colorful blocks during his performance. But when it came time for his acceptance speech, the nervous Breezy had few words. He did, however, remember to thank those who stuck by him after his very public and controversial break-up from singer and ex-girlfriend, Rihanna.

“Team Breezy, man this all for you,” he said while accepting the award. “All my fans back home, I love ya’ll. We got one.”

Brown’s fans have never hesitated to offer endless support on Twitter, adopting the “Team Breezy” pet name as a trending topic on the social network. But recent tweets have raised eyebrows and caused outrage as some admirers seemed to condone the singer’s reputation of domestic violence.

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