Chris Brown Addresses Accusations He Doesn't Allow Black Women in VIP Section

Chris Brown took to his Instagram Story on Sunday to shut down accusations that he doesn't allow Black women into his VIP section at the club.

Chris Brown performs at O2 Arena in London

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Chris Brown performs at O2 Arena in London

Over the weekend, a group of Black women accused Chris Brown of discrimination, alleging the singer only allows white women into his VIP section at the club.

One of the women took to social media on Saturday to express her frustration with Breezy, who allegedly banned all Black women from entering his section at a London nightclub. Brown is currently in London on a European Tour in support of his 10th studio album, 2022’s Breezy.

“We were supposed to go see Chris Brown,” one woman said in the below video. “We got there and there were thousands of girls lined up. Also, they claimed to be on the VIP guest list.”

One of the woman’s friends subsequently chimes in, “They told us ‘No Black girls allowed,’” adding, “You’re handpicking these white women.”

Chris Brown's Instagram Story on Feb. 19

On Sunday afternoon, Brown took to his Instagram Story to shut down the accusations. 

“STOP IT” he captioned an image of him in a VIP section surrounded by Black women. “I have black queens all around me. THOP REACHING.”

Shortly after Brown responded to the accusations, one woman from the aforementioned clip hopped back on social media to clarify her comments.

“That video had absolutely nothing to do with Chris Brown,” she explained. “The only reason why his name was mentioned was because we were going to a club where he was hosting at.”

Breezy reposted the clip on Twitter, writing, “CRAZY that I have to have receipts. LOVE OUTWEIGHS THE HATE OVER HERE!”

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