The 28-year-old proposed the “crazy” idea via Twitter on Friday, stating that even if he wasn’t included in the event, he deserves at least 10 percent of its profits.
Though it’s hard to believe, Breezy has managed to retain a devoted group of fans over the years, which is why some Twitter users responded to his ill-conceived post with enthusiasm; however, not everyone was on board with this idea. In fact, many thought it was complete trash.
The backlash isn’t too surprising when you consider Brown’s criminal history involving Rihanna. His tweet was posted just one day after the nine-year anniversary of his brutal assault on the singer. Though his domestic abuse case is a solid reason to oppose this stupid tour idea, others also pointed out that Brown's star power has significantly decreased over the years. Or to put it simply: Brown isn't good/famous enough to hit the road with the mega-stars.
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