From The ‘WTF File’: Chris Brown ‘Beefs’ With Bodyguard!

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In his latest tirade, singer Chris Brown reportedly gets into a “war of words” with his own bodyguard! Reports indicate that Brown was in Bermuda this week, when he reportedly got into an altercation with his friend and bodyguard Big Pat aboard their private plane; the plane had made a stop to refuel.

According to an airport worker, things were just fine, then there was a stall in operations: “I’m not sure of the details of what happened on the plane but his plane came in, got serviced and everything was finishing and they were getting ready to leave. Then there was a stall,” the worker stated to media outlets.

While Brown’s private jet refueled in Bermuda, Big Pat was seen boarding the plane then exiting the aircraft followed by another man. “They had to come inside to customs,” stated a source. “The security guard came inside [an airport building] and said he wasn’t getting back on the plane.”

The security guard left due to a huge argument and boarded a flight to JFK Airport in New York City soon after the incident.

In additional “Chris Brown anger” news, Brown reportedly “went off” on a a valet parking attendant at a bowling alley in L.A. this week. Brown was seen cussing at the guy over the $10 service charge.

If we can learn anything from these bouts Brown has with his anger, perhaps we can all learn to keep a level head over things that really are not that important… right?

Share your thoughts and watch Brown go off below! The video is courtesy of TMZ:

Cicely C. Mitchell, HOT 95.7/ Houston

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