Brown, 20, was arrested in February this year after he assaulted the Umbrella singer following a pre-Grammy Awards party in LA.
However, Brown has still not been able to score high with the public despite numerous apologies over the incident. And now he claims stores are blackballing his comeback album Graffiti, which was released on December 8.
"I'm tired of this s**t. Major stores r (are) blackballing my cd. Not stocking the shelves and lying to costumers. What the f**k do I gotta do (sic)..." the Daily Star quoted Brown, as writing on his Twitter.com page.
"WTF (what the f**k)... yeah I said it and I ain't retracting s**t. I'm not biting my tongue about s**t else (sic)... the industry can kiss my a**," he added.
However, the names of these retailers are not known.
London, (ANI): Chris Brown has blasted American music retailers for refusing to sell his latest record following his conviction for assaulting ex-flame Rihanna.