Chris Brown has been denied entry into Canada, forcing a pair of sold-out shows with Trey Songz to be postponed.
Just hours before he was supposed to play a concert there, Chris Brown was denied entry into Canada! See why they turned him away at the border!
“I love her as a person, for sure. I don’t think it really matters, you know what I mean? If you love being around somebody, that’s all that matters.”
He didn’t come out and say Brown’s name, but many are taking it as a diss anyway.
Who knew PETA would be the harshest critic during Fashion Week?
Chris Brown and Tyga team up for a raunchy new NSFW track “Remember Me.”
It’s not like any old verse of his, though: On it, Brown gives his best Jamaican patois impression.
The tour will kick off Feb. 12 and run through March.
In order to shut down the speculation, Brown posted a bruise-free selfie on Instagram with a long caption clearing the air. “Lol.”
The Grammys have been slammed as hypocritical for airing a segment on domestic violence awareness when the award show featured known abusers like Chris Brown and R. Kelly among its nominees. According to US Weekly, […]
Brown and Tyga’s joint album ‘Fan of a Fan: The Album’ is due out Feb. 10.
Chris Brown took to Instagram to apologize to fans for this setback, but promises the tour will go on.
The video eschews traditional music video tropes (with the exception of one rather out of place girl in a bikini) in favor of cherry blossoms and Buddha statues.
According to the Los Angeles Times, Brown still needs to complete 200 hours of community service.
Chris Brown’s recent appearance at a nightclub in California ended with five people being hospitalized for gunshot wounds.