Orlando Brown is making sure he still remains a trending topic. The former Disney star allegedly claimed that his cast-mate, Raven Symone aborted his baby.
If you listen closely to the lyrics of his rap song, Brown said in one sentence: "Killing the innocent, like Raven aborting my baby." It appears that the troubled child star is trying to launch his rap career after a recent arrest landed him back in headlines earlier this month.
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Brown played the character of Eddie Thomas alongside Symone from 2003-2007 in the hit Disney series, That's So Raven. There hasn't really been any rumors linked to the former co-stars being romantically involved, but hey these two could've been good at keeping a secret.
Symone hasn't commented on the abortion claims, and Brown doesn't' seem to be talking much either. Maybe it was a publicity stunt?
MStars News previously reported that Brown was arrested back in January for allegedly hitting his girlfriend near a police station. The former child actor was charged with misdemeanor domestic battery, obstruction of justice, two felonies for the drug possession with the purpose to sell, and having illegal goods in jail.
That arrest wasn't the first time Brown had been in legal trouble. Back in 2014, he threatened to kill another woman. He also served time behind bars for failing to complete an alcohol class for a 2011 DUI.
During a reunion on The View, the former cast of the Disney show claimed that they still hung out sometimes together. Symone joked and said that the trio would set around and watch their old show and say: "Remember when we had jobs."
Brown claimed that the casts chemistry was "amazing." Could he be hinting that he and Symone had some other kind of chemistry? Brown also revealed that he had a small role in the hit film, Straight Outta Compton.
Maybe his rap game will come alive soon, but we want to know about the abortion claims so hopefully Symone can confirm if that was true or not.© 2019 Mstars News, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.