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Chris Brown apologises to Robert Glasper for his social outburst following his Grammy loss.

Chris Brown apologised for being a sore loser at the Grammys.

The singer, 33, took to Instagram on Monday to apologise to Robert Glasper, 44, whom he had slammed on Instagram after Glasper won the Grammy for best R&B album on Sunday.

Brown posted a screenshot of an apologetic direct message he sent Glasper on Monday to his Instagram Stories.

“Congratulations, my brother,” the DM says. “I apologise if my reaction at the Grammys offended you; you were not the intended target, and I know I came across as rude and mean. After doing my research, I believe you are incredible…”

Brown then seemed to direct his rage at the Recording Academy.

“THE ORGANIZATION IS NOT DOING US BLACKS DUE DILIGENCE,” his DM went on to say. “YOU AND I SHOULD NEVER BE IN THE SAME (CATEGORIES)…we have completely opposite vibes and genres. So, from one black man to the next… CONGRATULATIONS… I HOPE YOU ARE ABLE TO FEED YOUR FAMILY FOR THE REST OF YOUR LIFE. Gold be with my G ” Brown was nominated for his album “Breezy” (Deluxe), while Glasper was nominated for his album “Black Radio III.” Mary J. Blige for “Good Morning Gorgeous” (Deluxe), Lucky Daye for “Candydrip,” and PJ Morton for “Watch the Sun” were the other nominees.

Brown has 21 Grammy nominations and one win for best R&B album for his 2011 album “F.A.M.E.” Glasper has been nominated for 12 awards and has won five of them.

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