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Chris Brown may have done a few things wrong in his personal life, but Thursday was a win for him. Sun magazine and it’s partner RadarOnline, ran the story detailing Chris Brown unleashing a tirade of gay slurs on an unknown male at a basketball game. Reportedly Chris Brown was angry that the guy didn’t pass him the ball so he reportedly said, “That’s gay!” and “You’re a f*ggot ass!”

It didn’t take long before everyone else jumped on Chris Brown’s back, demanding an apology, etc. But this time, Chris Brown’s manager came out swinging – no pun intended.

Brown’s lawyer released this statement:

The incident described did not occur, nor did the Star magazine ever contact Chris’ representatives to request comment or confirmation. Chris was filming a video with AceHood on June 29 and never left the set. He spent the entire day with dozens of members of the production team filming the video for “Body To Body” at 1870 Sunset Plaza in West Hollywood.

“Chris Brown’s management is considering taking appropriate legal action against the paper. We stand behind our client and want to set the record straight that this did not happen”.