Orlando Brown made his acting debut in Major Payne as Cadet Kevin ‘Tiger’ Dunne, but he’s come a long way since then, and not in the best direction. His recent behavior has been unsettling and alarming for his followers and peers, and now he has made another strange statement about Soulja Boy.
Orlando’s most recent mention throughout social media was about his interesting comments regarding Bow Wow and the claim that he had a “bomb ass p*ssy.” Many fans and social media observers have expressed concern about the former Disney Channel star’s mental health in light of his comments about Nick Cannon and other celebrities. Others still defend him as funny or in on the joke.
There’s a new Orlando Brown video circulating, and this time the 34-year-old rapper claimed during an interview with Cam Capone that Whitney Houston is inside Soulja Boy’s body. Not only are his comments being scrutinized online, but so are the actor’s physical demeanor and reactions.
Capone asked Brown about his diss towards Soulja Boy, to which he responded: “Soulja Boy is Whitney Houston, I ain’t got a problem with that n****,” wiping his face with a towel. Brown then pushed the interviewer for clarity and questioned who Capone is talking about having no difficulties in the first place.
Capone responds, “Soulja Boy,” and Orlando Brown says “Nah, I ain’t got a problem with Whitney Houston.” Another question came up: why did Orlando Brown make the diss about Soulja Boy? “Soulja Boy or Whitney Houston?,” Brown asked again, and when he hears “Soulja Boy” as the answer, he said: “I ain’t make no diss to Whitney Houston.”
Throughout the conversation, the That’s So Raven star maintained a blank expression on his face, gazing at the interviewer with a mix of perplexity and zoned-outness. After a few seconds of silence, Capone asked “I’m pretty sure I seen it on the Internet, but okay. Maybe it was labeled wrong,” to which Brown had another bizarre response.
“I don’t know, maybe Whitney shouldn’t have been in Soulja Boy’s body, because I’m trying to figure out what you talking about.”
Capone finished their discussion about Soulja and Whitney in a lighter tone. He then asked Brown whether he heard the news about Soulja Boy being pepper-sprayed by Charleston White, to which Brown laughed excitedly.
To be honest, it was a weird interaction, and while social media is divided on how they should respond, any interview with Orlando Brown is bound to cause ripples these days. Check out the full interview below. To get the latest updates, keep an eye on Thirsty.
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