Chris Brown was at the Billboard Music Awards two nights ago. Apparently, he performed – although he didn’t sing live, he just lip sync’d and danced. I only know that because I saw that Pink and Carey Hart were bitching about how Chris jacked/copied one of Pink’s old performances. I didn’t watch that mess – I was watching Sherlock and Mad Men (and you should have been watching those shows too). Anyway, just one night before the Billboard Music Awards, Chris Brown had some kind of incident at a club. Because he’s a gigantic, violent baby.
Chris Brown’s famous temper flared up again before the Billboard Music Awards when he angrily confronted a stranger over a group of girls in a top Vegas club. According to witnesses, Brown spent more than two hours Saturday night at Haze at Aria charming a group of young women and buying multiple bottles of Champagne.
But one witness said, “Brown got visibly upset when the girls moved on to the next table. Brown approached the guys in the group [at the next table] and started getting visibly agitated. Brown stood up, and looked like he was about to start a fight when club security stopped him.”
While Brown’s rep insisted the account was “not true,” our witness continued: “He got in the guy’s face and was cursing at him, and saying, ‘Are these girls with you or with me?’ The guy was stunned by it. Things were close to getting extremely ugly. Then Chris’ security and club security escorted him out.”
A Haze rep confirmed there was an incident involving Brown but declined to go into detail. The club rep said, “Haze has a zero tolerance policy for violence.”
Brown performed his hit “Turn Up the Music” at Sunday’s Billboard awards with an impressive dance routine, but sparked some backlash over his alleged lip-syncing.
After picking up the Top R&B Artist award, he later dined with Justin Bieber at N9NE Steakhouse in Palms Resort Casino with a group of 30 friends, feasting on surf and turf and lobster mash. Brown later went on to celebrate at Vanity Nightclub inside the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino with bottles of Ace of Spades Champagne, but declined photos with fans.
Earlier on Friday night at Marquee, Brown — this time out with his girlfriend Karrueche Tran — treated the packed house to a surprise performance. He got on the mike during Benny Benassi’s set, launching into their hit song “Beautiful People” and their new song “Don’t Wake Me Up,” dedicating it to all the ladies.
[From Page Six]
Yeah, I believe the witness and the club, not Chris’s enablers and delusional representatives. That’s what always bugs me about Chris’s defenders – they always scream and cry about Chris having “changed” and “learned his lesson” after he violently attacked Rihanna. But what evidence is there of his change? What evidence is there of his lessons learned? I think the only lesson he’s learned is that he can be a temperamental, violent a–hole with little to no repercussions. Also: what is the deal with Karrueche Tran? She’s fine with Chris sleeping with Rihanna, trying to hook up with random club girls, and much, much more. I guess she doesn’t want to confront him about his infidelities. Would you?
Someone new has come out in defense of Chris too – British C-lister Cheryl Cole. During a radio interview a few days ago, Cheryl said: “I think it’s really kind of Rihanna [to forgive Brown]… She’s come out and publicly forgiven him, really… I think it’s about time we all [forgave Brown], if I’m completely honest, if you want my opinion. I think it’s time we all moved on. That guy is talented as hell.” Chris was all over it, of course, tweeting Cheryl a message: “You’re amazing! I appreciate you. Thanks for the support and believing in me as an artist.” Disgusting. Enough.
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