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Chris Brown defended his $1,000 VIP meet and greet photos that went viral on social media in the past few weeks.

Brown's female fans eagerly snapped up the expensive VIP meet and greet passes when Brown's tour stopped in their cities.

But the parents of Brown's fans expressed outrage since, in some cases, their credit cards were used to make the purchases. Parents were also displeased by the vulgar poses by Chris and their daughters.

After the latest round of racy photos hit social media, Brown personally responded to the backlash on Instagram.

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Brown, 33, defended charging $1,000 for passes, considering that all musicians charge for VIP backstage passes. For example, rock legend Bruce Springsteen charges $5,000 for his VIP meet and greet package.

Brown wrote:



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Question: Did you or your daughter pay $1,000 for VIP passes to meet Chris Brown? If so, post your photos in the comments!

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An Instagram model's battle with AIDS leaves Chris Brown's fans worried about his health. Gena Tew, 27, shared a TikTok post detailing her battle with acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS).

Gena said she didn't know she had AIDS until a doctor informed her after she experienced unexplained weight loss, nausea and vomiting and extreme fatigue.

She tested positive for the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and her weight loss was due to wasting syndrome - one of the so-called AIDS-defining illnesses. Her condition is so debilitating that she is unable to walk without assistance.

Gena believes she was infected with the HIV virus when she was 17. She doesn't know who infected her.

Gena was once a popular Instagram model who traveled in the same circles as hip-hop stars Chris Brown, Nick Cannon and KanYE West, among others.

According to public health officials, 1.2 million Americans are living with HIV or AIDS.

Doctors and coroners stopped listing AIDS as a cause of death in the mid-1990s due to the stigma. Which means the true number of AIDS-related deaths in America will probably never be known.

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A Dallas woman who was shot by police after she fired into the air in Dallas Love Field Airport told cops she was singer Chris Brown's wife.

Portia Odufuwa, 37, was dropped off at the airport and proceeded to walk into a restroom where she changed clothes, NBCDFW reported.

Odufuwa walked out of the restroom wearing a hoodie and began shooting a firearm into the ceiling.

She was shot in the lower extremities by Dallas police.

A witness told police that Odufuwa was upset because her husband was fired from his job. When police asked Odufuwa for her husband's name, she replied "Chris Brown."

She also said she was "God's prophet."

"The woman came and was like making an announcement saying somebody failed her husband or something and said, 'I'm about to blow this place up,'" the witness told Fox 4 Dallas Fort-Worth. "All of a sudden, she brandished the gun and started 'Pop, pop' in the air. All I can do is run. I'm thinking I'm not from moving fast enough because I keep hearing shots like I'm gonna die in here."

Odufuwa is known to local law enforcement. She has a lengthy criminal history that includes a bank robbery.

She has been charged with aggravated assault against a public servant, according to online jail records.

She is currently under arrest on the prison ward at Parkland Hospital.

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A fan put Chris Brown on blast after he kicked her out of a party when she wouldn't let him smash.

The fan revealed Chris Brown's bad manners during an episode of the We In Miami podcast. "I ain't gone lie, I'm not cool with him," she told host Slim Stunta.

She explained why Brown has children in every area code. She said she was chilling with the singer/songwriter when, "He just kinda said, 'B*tch if you ain't f*cking or s*cking, get the f*ck out.'"

Slim Stunta confirmed that too many women are giving it up nowadays and artists are used to that.

"A lot of people think the lyrics in the songs are fake... they're telling the truth," he said. Slim quoted a line in Brown's song "Strip" in which he sang, "If we ain't freakin' we ain't speakin'. You think I'm playing? No I'm not."

Even the podcast host expects women to put out if they want to hang out with him in the VIP.

Slim said, "I've had girls removed from a party because they lied to me and said that they were [down to f*ck]... then they wanted to act regular."

In the video caption, the host confirmed that this is what's expected at celebrity parties. Which is why the child support courts are so busy in Hollywood.

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Black Twitter is dragging Chris Brown for his detached and unfriendly congratulatory post to ex-girlfriend Rihanna.

Rihanna, 34, welcomed her first child, a boy, with rapper A$AP Rocky, 33, on May 13. The baby news was confirmed on Thursday.

Chris, 33, took to his Instagram Stories and posted an image with the word "Congratulations," alongside emojis of a red heart, praying hands, and what looks like a pregnant man.

The post didn't name Rihanna or A$AP. Fans ripped the pop singer for his seemingly impersonal post to his ex-girlfriend.

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Rihanna and Chris Brown started dating in 2008. Their whirlwind relationship ended bitterly in 2009 when he beat her bloody during an argument.

Chris pleaded guilty to assault and was sentenced to 5 years of probation, as well as community service and domestic violence counseling.

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They later reunited in 2012 before splitting again in 2013. She told Vanity Fair that the domestic violence incident was too difficult to forget and ignore.

"It's in the past, and I don't want to say, 'Get over it,' because it's a very serious thing that is still relevant; it's still real. A lot of women, a lot of young girls, are still going through it. A lot of young boys too. It's not a subject to sweep under the rug, so I can't just dismiss it like it wasn't anything, or I don't take it seriously. But, for me, and anyone who's been a victim of domestic abuse, nobody wants to even remember it."


Chris Brown produced receipts when an R&B groupie filed a $20 million rape lawsuit against him.

In the lawsuit, filed on Jan. 27 in Los Angeles, the accuser claimed that Brown drugged and raped her during a party on a yacht docked at Sean Combs' Star Island mansion in Miami on December 30, 2020.
RELATED: IG model files $20M suit accusing Chris Brown of drugging and raping her on Sean Combs’ yacht
The Instagram model declined to press charges after Brown allegedly drugged her beverage and led her into a bedroom where he allegedly raped her.

Weeks after the lawsuit was filed, Brown took to social media to clear his name. He posted audio and text messages from a woman begging him for sex.

In a text message, dated August 26, 2021, the woman stated:

"U knew full well I wasn't pressing u bout no d–k. U told me to stay and then gonna try to play me? Nah that's crazy i didn't deserve that but u def got it."

In another text message, the increasingly anxious woman (who, apparently, didn't realize she was just a booty call) begged Brown to let her know where she stands.

"I have a question. Do u just be wanting to f*** me? Or can we hang out like on some chill sh*t during the day? I know U b busy and it's cool if U just wanna f***. I just wanna know my role [sic]."

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The R&B singer also shared a voicemail message from a desperate female who says, "I just want to see you again ... just let me know. If you want me to leave you alone, I will. But I really just wanna f–k the s–t again."

In an Instagram Stories post, Brown, 32, wrote:

"No more dragging me through the mud. CLEARLY YOU CAN ALL SEE THE [lies]. Now let's see if the media will keep that same energy they had trying to destroy me, to Run the real story. Me and my team are talking legal action on this situation. You don't play with people lives like that..."

Brown thanked his followers, whom he affectionately refers to as "Team Breezy."

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Attorneys Ariel Mitchell and George Vrabeck promptly dropped the accuser as their client after the Miami Beach Police Department provided them with "information last Thursday" about their client that "precludes us from representing Jane Doe in the Chris Brown matter."

The attorneys also told Page Six that they "remain 100% committed to representing [real] victims of sexual abuse or assault."

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Chris Brown's rumored ex-girlfriend, Diamond Brown (no relation) shared a first peek at their one month old infant daughter, Lovely Symphani Brown.

Chris' third baby mama posted the adorable photo on her Instagram page.

In the photo, the baby wears a white hand knit sweater and matching pants with white socks and a brown headband. Diamond disabled the embed link to the photo, so you have to go to her IG page to see it.

Diamond gave birth to Lovely on January 7. Chris has not claimed his second daughter publicly.

The 32-year-old singer/songwriter is already father to Royalty Brown, 7, and son Aeko Catori, 2, by two different baby mamas.


Ammika Harris, mother of Aeko, was reportedly "pissed" when she found out that Chris knocked up another woman while they were together.

Chris and Ammika were on holiday in Europe when the news broke about Lovely's birth in America.

Ammika blocked her followers who mentioned Lovely or Diamond's names on her Instagram timeline.


An Instagram model is suing Chris Brown for allegedly drugging and raping her on board Sean Combs' yacht.

The unidentified woman declined to press charges against Brown following the alleged incident on December 30, 2020.

In court papers obtained by TMZ, the woman claims Brown approached her at the yacht party and asked if she wanted a drink.

When she entered the kitchen area with Brown, he allegedly gave her a red cup containing a mixed drink. After he filled her cup a second time, the woman claims she felt "a sudden, unexplained change in consciousness."

The woman claims she felt "disoriented, physically unstable, and started to fall in and out of sleep." She said Brown led her into a bedroom while she was "drugged" and "half-asleep."


She alleges Brown barred the door, preventing her from leaving, removed her bikini bottom and started kissing her. She says she asked him to stop but he persisted and raped her.

The woman claims Brown ejaculated inside her, jumped up and announced he was "done."

She said Brown texted her the next day and ordered her to take Plan B, a morning after contraceptive pill.

She claims she took the pill as instructed.

Now the accuser wants $20 million from Brown for her pain and suffering.

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Chris Brown has reportedly welcomed his third child, a baby girl named Lovely Symphani Brown. The mother is Instagram model Diamond Brown (no relation).

Rumors swirled that Diamond was pregnant with Chris Brown's third child, but Chris has never confirmed the rumors.

Chris was silent when Diamond announced she had given birth to her first child.

"The princess is here! Lovely Symphani Brown. My sweet babygirl, it's been a whole day you've been in the world and have already shown me the true meaning of life. I promise to love and protect you always. Forever yours, mommy."

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She posted a photo of a newborn with a heart emoji covering the baby's face.

The newborn's grandmother, Lilleth, reposted the same image on her social media, along with a caption stating the mother and father didn't want the child's face to be shown.

In a follow-up post, Lilleth wrote:

"The name #LovelySymphaniBrown is so beautiful and unique we love that both #ChrisBrown and #DiamondBrown put so much thought into her name it's beautiful and I just wanted to share with you about Chris Symphonic Love foundation this name is near and dear to him."

According to reports, Diamond held a baby shower several weeks ago. Fans commented under the photos congratulating Chris on his third child by three women.

He also shares a 7-year-old daughter, Royalty, with a one-night stand, Nia Guzman, and 2-year-old son, Aeko Brown, with Ammika Harris.

Ammika seems bitter and upset at the news that she is now one of three baby mamas.

"She mad and bitter AF," an Instagram user noted in her comments. "Be careful his second babymama would literally block you just for commenting," another fan wrote.

Ammika and Chris are reportedly on holiday together in London this weekend. Chris seems smitten with Ammika.

"I love you Meek Meek," he wrote in a caption for her birthday last year.

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Chris Brown praised Kyrie Irving as a "real hero" for his decision not to get the Covid-19 mRNA vaccine.

The singer-songwriter took to his Instagram stories to express his support for the Brooklyn Nets all-star guard who is forced to sit out the 2021-2022 season.

"The real hero! I stand with my brother. Whoever don't like it ... Go live your damn life. It's his choice and a damn good one. Always in my brother's corner."

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The Nets previously suspended Kyrie and declined to offer their superstar a $186 million contract extension.

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Kyrie has said he is not anti-vaccine, however, he is taking a stand against New York City's strict vaccine mandates that are unfair to workers.

Healthcare workers and law enforcement officers have been fired or quit because they refused to get the shots.

"I'm standing with all those that believe what is right. Everybody is entitled to do what they feel is what's best for themselves," Kyrie said.

"Seeing the way this is dividing our world up, it's sad to see. People are losing jobs to mandates... If you choose to get the vaccine, I support you. Do what's best for you. I continue to pray for all those out there who have lost people to the pandemic to COVID."

On Wednesday, the White House announced a plan to "quickly" inoculate 28 million children age 5-11, pending authorization from the FDA within the next few weeks.

The White House has partnered with over 100 children's hospitals in the U.S. to administer the vaccines.

The Covid-19 vaccines, which do not stop the spread of the virus, will be shipped to pediatricians, local pharmacies, churches, and clinics nationwide.

The White House expects to have 28 million children inoculated by the end of the year.

The director of the CDC announced vaccinated children will still wear face masks in schools.

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Chris Brown and Soulja Boy are among the critics taking shots at Ye's daring new haircut.

Ye, formerly known as Kanye West, posted a photo of his new haircut on social media that went viral and left many fans questioning the meaning behind the cut.

Soulja Boy joined in the fun by reweeting Ye's photo, along with the caption: "Somebody f**ked [Ye's] head up."

Soulja Boy is still mad that Ye left his verse off his DONDA album.

Another bitter celeb who was left off the DONDA album - Chris Brown - also had something to say about Ye's new haircut.

Chris reposted a series of viral memes on Instagram, including one that suggested blind R&B legend Stevie Wonder cut Ye's hair.

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Chris Brown is among the few celebrities to speak out about border agents "rounding up" Black Haitian immigrants to deport them back to Haiti.

Border agents on horseback chased down frightened Haitian immigrants in Del Rio, Texas on Sunday.

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Over 15,000 immigrants, mainly Haitian, migrated to Texas from Mexico and were living in squalor under the Del Rio international bridge at the US-Mexico border.

Texas officials declared a state of emergency, citing health issues due to the unvaccinated immigrants.

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The order was given to round up the immigrants and deport them to Haiti before they could have the chance to apply for asylum.

In a video filmed by MSNBC, agents on horseback are seen flicking long reins at fleeing Haitians who desperately clung to their bags of food.


Chris Brown took to Instagram on Tuesday to express his outrage over the lack of attention being paid to the border crisis.

"I hope everyone is seeing what is happening with the people of Haiti at the border!!!!!! All the f***ing billionaires in that state alone should be trying to help. We have no peaceful strategies.. Hurding [sic] us up like cattle farmers... Hey everyone Please take a f***ing look at what’s going on!! Please!!!??????"



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A housekeeper who was allegedly mauled by Chris Brown's dog is suing him for unnecessary pain and suffering.

The woman, identified in court papers as Jane Doe, filed a lawsuit after failing to reach an out-of-court settlement with the troubled singer.

According to court documents, Doe was emptying Brown's trash when his dog attacked her outside his Tarzana, California home in December 2020.

She said she raised her arm to defend herself as the dog mauled her arm and face. She was lying in a pool of blood when Brown emerged from the house and told his crew to take the dog away.

Graphic photos in the court filing shows facial lacerations and a large chunk of flesh taken out of her arm.

Hades was reportedly euthanized weeks after the attack. The woman accused Brown of euthanizing the dog to destroy evidence.

She is seeking unspecified monetary damages related to the incident, citing loss of wages due to being unable to work, medical bills, emotional distress, and pain and suffering.

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The same people who praised sprinter Sha'Carri Richardson after she qualified for the Olympics, are dragging her on social media for defending Chris Brown.

Brown, 32, was arrested following a domestic dispute after attending a pre-Grammy Awards party with Rihanna in early February 2009.

In old tweets dating back to 2019, Richardson tells a Rihanna fan to shut up.

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"Oh my gosh SHUT UP !! Women like you are so annoying. None of us are perfect that was a mistake he made years ago & was dubbed throught [sic] the mud about for YEARS. It’s not right for anyone to put theirs hands on another person but y'all don't say anything about the fact that.

"Dragged through *but y'all don't say anything about the fact Rihanna hit him where is that criticism at. He came out & apologize but what did she do Both were wrong and both have move on with their lives why can't y’all."


Richardson, 21, qualified for a spot on the U.S. Olympic team, winning the women's 100-meter dash in 10.86 seconds at the Olympic trials in Eugene, Oregon.

Afterwards, she confirmed her LGBT+ status by tweeting a rainbow.

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Chris Brown, right, and his ex-girlfriend Karrueche Tran, left, sat near each other at a fashion show, years after their much-publicized falling out.

Rapper Saweetie, center, was also seated in the front row at the runway show.

Fans were surprised to see Chris and Karrueche couple seated near each other at the RHUDE fashion show in Beverly Hills on Wednesday night.

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Sources say Karrueche, pictured with a friend, was polite but didn't speak to the bad boy of hip-hop. The 33-year-old Blasian dumped Chris after five long years when she learned he fathered a baby with one of her friends in 2015. She moved on with retired NFL star Victor Cruz, 34. The couple split recently. / BACKGRID

Meanwhile, Chris is in legal trouble again. A woman accused him of slapping her weave off during a get together at his San Fernando Valley home over the weekend. / BACKGRID

Saweetie caught the eye of fellow rapper Big Sean, left, who complimented her impossibly short dress and high heel sneakers. / BACKGRID

Evan Ross, left, and Lena Waithe dressed in casual yet stylish menswear at Monaco, With God's Help Spring/Summer 2022 Paris Fashion Week Event hosted by Rhude in Beverly Hills, Ca.