As police surrounded his home for reportedly holding a woman at gunpoint, rapper Chris Brown sent out a series of video messages to the world on Aug. 30.
Police say an unidentified woman reported Brown, 27, to the police stating he threatened her with a gun, NBC News reports.
In one of the Instagram videos, Brown says he is innocent and calls the police the "worst gang in the world."
Brown accuses the police of unfairly targeting him, adding that when he calls them about stalkers, they don't respond as promptly.
"I'm not coming out," he added. "For what? I ain't did sh--. I ain't gonna do sh--. And it's always gonna be f--- the police. Black lives matter, ni----. I don't care."
"Barricaded myself in my house? Have you seen my house? I'm gonna barricade myself in a palace!" exclaims Brown earlier in response to accusations he's using his home to hide from police.
He continues, this time directing his message to the police instead.
"Y'all gonna stop playing with me like I'm the villain out here or I'm going crazy," he said. "I'm not. You guys got me f----- up though."
Brown then invites the authorities to get a warrant and walk into his house.
"Walk right up in here and you ain't gonna see nothing," he said. "You id---. I'm tired of f------ dealing with y'all. F--- the police. That's right I said it."
At a few points, Brown makes jokes.
"What are you going to get me for next? Farting an elephant?" he asked, looking tired, before using his final video to promote his latest album.
Many on social media have responded to the videos, showing support for Brown.
"Hold your head up they wanna bring down every successful black man there's ever been ! Just keep making banging music and let it speak for itself," one user wrote.
Brown has been visited by police multiple times, Fox News reports.
He was sentenced to five years of probation for hitting his former girlfriend, singer Rihanna, in 2009. He also allegedly threw a brick at his mother's car.
Earlier in 2016 in Las Vegas, another woman reported to police that Brown hit her, but authorities could not find enough evidence to charge him.
WARNING: Strong language.