UPDATE: Walmart tells People that they did stock 'Graffiti'--but it sold out "as soon as it hit the shelves."
Over the weekend Chris Brown gave us one more reason to doubt that he has never had any problems controlling his anger.
Unhappy with the distribution of his new CD, 'Graffiti,' the anger management student took to his Twitter page to unleash a profanity-laden rant upon the retailers who "r blackballing" him by refusing to stock it.
When a trip to Walmart revealed the superstore is giving preferential treatment to Alicia Keys (who is not a convicted woman beater), Breezy had another meltdown.
According to estimates, 'Graffiti' has sold fewer than 100,000 copies in its first week. Two years ago Brown's last album, 'Exclusive,' sold over 295,000.