Chris Brown defends lewd photos of fans at meet and greets

‘I have the coolest fans on the planet. I appreciate the f—out of them,’ says the singer

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Singer Chris Brown has no problem getting dirty with fans despite receiving backlash for meet-and-greet photos that went viral this week.

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Every Chris Brown meet and greet image is more chaotic than the next,” wrote a reviewer on Twitterwith another stinging buyer writing, “It’s like trying to get an autograph from R. Kelly.”

In the photos, Brown, 33, poses with fans in many suggestive ways. In one image, Brown simulates a sexual position with a fan.

One person commented on the snaps claiming that one of the women is his girlfriend and saying the photos led to the dissolution of their relationship.

We argued about this and I told him straight out that if he did it our relationship would end and he did it anyway. Imagine paying a THOUSAND dollars to lose a good man. smh. 2022 women in love with taking Ls,” Twitter user @MulhollandLOver wrote.

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But Brown had a large following with a person tweetingThat’s how you do it, especially for $1,000”, while another added: “The more I see photos of Chris Browns meeting and greeting…. The more I want to spend $1,000.”

In a story published in his instagram accountthe Doubtful The singer defended the images saying he had the “coolest fans on the planet”.

“When the artist[s] they do concerts, they all have something called a VIP package. I haven’t met and greeted in over 7 years,” the Grammy winner’s post began.

“I have the coolest fans on the planet. I appreciate the shit from them. These are memories that will stay with them forever.”

Brown criticized “lame” artists who “don’t make eye contact with the people who made it possible to have a career.”

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Shane Martin, who operates meet and greets, praised Brown’s interaction with fans on Instagram.

“Usually the artists pose for the photo, maybe shake hands or two and then say next, which makes the experience last 20-30 seconds.” Martin wrote. “But Chris Brown shook hands with everyone, gave multiple hugs, signed various things, and took a lot of hilarious photos with each person! In fact, he stood there and talked to each fan for 3-4 minutes. He asked his name, he asked about his life and so many other questions”.

The uproar over Brown’s meet and greets comes after he was accused of hit a woman in 2021 Y sued for rape earlier this year.

In 2009, Brown pleaded guilty to assaulting his then-girlfriend Rihanna, who has since forgiven him.

mdaniell@postmedia.com

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