Chris Brown’s Billboard Performance Slammed By Pink And Carey Hart

Becky Bain | May 21, 2012 1:11 pm

Pink may not have attended the 2012 Billboard Music Awards, but that didn’t stop her from vocalizing her thoughts on the performances. Though the pop star said Carrie Underwood sounded “lovely” and revealed that she liked Justin Bieber‘s single “Boyfriend”, Pink was no fan of Chris Brown‘s “Turn Up The Music”.

“One day if i lipsync i hope i do it as well as him,” tweeted Pink of Brown’s performance, before being immediately attacked by his legion of fans. (We guess they didn’t have to read in between the lines too much to figure out she was talking about Breezy?) “Oh my lord, its so easy…its so damn easy,” she tweeted in response. “Keep it coming people, this is some good reading.”

Pink’s husband, motorcross racer Carey Hart, also lambasted Brown’s number. “Im pretty sure I saw my wife did that same performance, but she was 3 months pregnant and actually sang the song,” said the singer’s husband, before addressing a fellow biker: “If any of your guys are riding on Chris Brown performance, please fire them.”

Many thought Hart was referring to Katy Perry‘s performance, which appeared to channel Pink’s high-flying “Glitter In The Air” number at the 2010 Grammys (as well as her own Grammy performance of “Not Like The Movies”). But that wasn’t the case, as Hart was talking about his wife’s performance of “Raise Your Glass” at the 2010 American Music Awards, which, like Brown’s number, also employed BMX bikers and a skate ramp.

“For the record; I luv me some Katy, so y’all can jump off that run away train, k?” tweeted Pink, adding, “I stand behind, always have and always will, LIVE SINGING.”

“To clarify I was talkin trash bout CB performance, 2 years ago my wife had the same set and actually sang ‘Raise ur Glass,” tweeted Hart, though it appears he’s talking about Katy now. “Looks like someone else’s fans got a bit wound up!” he tweeted, referring to Perry’s Katy Cats, who also got their claws out at Hart’s tweets. “Funny, that performance looked real familiar [too].”

Chris Brown has surprisingly stayed tight-lipped on the matter, though he did tweet this cryptic message: “Don’t hold ya breath waiting for me to stop doing me!” We stopped holding our breaths long ago, Chris.

[Via E! Online]