Kevin McCall Won't Stop Threatening Chris Brown Until His 'Miserable' Fans Commit Suicide
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Taking to Instagram Stories, the ex-husband of Eva Marcille calls fans of the 'No Guidance' singer 'some miserable irrelevant little f***ers who never fight in person.'

AceShowbiz - Kevin McCall is back on his erratic behaviors just days after he was released from prison for assault. Shortly after his release, the record producer wasted no time coming for nemesis Chris Brown and declared how much he hates the Grammy winner to the point where he wants the latter's fans to commit suicide.

Taking to Instagram Stories over the weekend, Kevin posted a throwback photo of him with Chris during a live performance. While the two looked like they were having so much in the photo, what he wrote in the caption was the complete opposite. The ex-husband of Eva Marcille said, "You still running from your put-on come let me beat you up so u can throw up the hooks like an official reputable que."

Not stopping there, Kevin then made it clear that he wouldn't stop threatening the "No Guidance" singer until his devotees take their own lives. "Imma post this everyday until somebody from Team Breezy commit suicide...I want them all to kill themselves and get it over with. They some miserable irrelevant little f***ers who never fight in person," he wrote in the since-deleted post.

Chris has yet to respond to Kevin.

It has been a rough year for Kevin. Prior to this, he was arrested and booked into the Fulton County Jail on November following an incident at the courthouse. At the time, the 34-year-old showed up to court and started recording himself on an Instagram Live, something that wasn't allowed there. Things quickly went south from there with Kevin threatening the officer.

Kevin was eventually arrested and charged with felony for criminal damage to property in the second degree. He was also hit with four misdemeanor charges of simple assault, terroristic threats, disorderly conduct and obstruction of law enforcement officer. Kevin was released on November 10 after posting his $11,500 bond.

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