A video of popular cross-dresser James Brown is currently making the rounds online. The controversial individual had slapped a young man that called him a gay. Brown while reacting said he could handle being called names online but not to his face in person.
Popular social media sensation and cross-dresser James Brown aka ‘They didn’t caught me’, was recently a topic of discussion on social media, following a video of him that surfaced online.
In the video, Brown who appeared to have visited a leisure mall with his friends was captured on camera slapping an individual.
His action had resulted into a fracas that caused other people to intervene before the exchange between the two got worse.
Reacting to the viral video, Brown in a post shared on his page explained that the individual had called him a gay after walking past him. The name calling got him angry and made him address the situation by way of dishing out a slap.
Watch the video below:
“Well, I slapped the guy because he literally called me gay while I was passing at the mall. Most of you call me names on social media and I don’t react to it, but I hate it when someone from nowhere sees me and calls me a gay,” his post read in part.