Troubled singer Chris Brown is reflecting on his problems caused by his poor impulse control and bipolar disorder. Brown, 26, was recently banned from the entire continent of Australia, meaning his application for a work Visa was rejected due to his ongoing legal troubles.
Your favorite bipolar star, Chris Brown is in trouble with the law again.
The troubled singer’s name is connected to an alleged assault of a woman on his tour bus during a tour stop in Denver, CO. Brown and his opening acts, Fetty Wap and French Montana were shooting a music video inside a strip club when the incident happened on Monday.
Chris Brown won a major court victory over his baby mama, Nia Guzman, in a Houston courtroom last week.
A judge granted Brown joint custody of their 1-year-old daughter, Royalty, meaning the 26-year-old singer and Guzman must rotate custody of the toddler every 4 days. There were some conditions attached to the ruling. Mainly that Brown submit urine and hair for a drug test. And Brown’s mom, Joyce Hawkins, must be present whenever Brown has Royalty.
Baby daddies are winning.
R&B singer Chris Brown was granted joint custody of his 2-year-old break baby, Royalty Brown, in a Houston courtroom today.
The judge also ordered Brown, 26, to continue paying his baby mama, Nia Guzman, $2,500 a month in child support. It’s the same amount Brown was voluntarily paying Guzman before she demanded $15K a month in child support.
The Luda Day Weekend All-Star basketball game was held at Georgia State in Atlanta this past weekend. Chris “Ludacris” Bridges‘s All-Stars easily defeated Chris Brown‘s Team Breezy. Luda’s All-Star team included Kenny Burns, above left, Big Tigger, 2nd from left, Laura Govan, and Luda, far right. All proceeds from the game went to benefit the Ludacris Foundation.
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The city was buzzing with excitement this weekend. Singer Chris Brown was set to perform live during an Atlanta gay pride event.
But then the news broke that Brown was a no-show for his scheduled performance at the Georgia Freight Depot nightclub.
R&B singer/songwriter Chris Brown performed live in concert at Aaron’s Amphitheater during Gay Pride weekend in Atlanta on Saturday. Other celebs in the crowd included Monica Brown, Keri Hilson, Fetty Wap, Kid Ink, Thugger, Toya Wright, and more.
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