Chris Brown defends lewd fan photos at meet-and-greets

“I have the coolest fans on the planet. I guess the f—outta her,’ singer says

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

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Each Chris Brown meet and greet picture is messier than the nextwrote one critic on Twitterwith another stinging buyer writing, “It’s like trying to get an autograph from R. Kelly.”

In the photos, Brown, 33, is pictured posing with fans in countless racy ways. In one image, Brown simulates a sexual position with a female fan.

One person commented on the snaps, claiming that one of the women was his girlfriend and saying the pictures led to the breakup of their relationship.

We had an argument about it and I told her straight out that if she did, our relationship was over and she did it anyway. Imagine paying THOUSANDS of 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 many supporters with him a person tweetsHere’s how to do it—especially for $1,000‘ while another added, ‘The more I see Chris Brown’s meet and greet pics… All the more I want to spend $1,000.”

In a story posted to his Instagram account, the Doubtful The singer defended the pics, saying he has the “coolest fans in the world”.

“As an artist[s] give concerts, they all have a so-called VIP package. I haven’t done a meet and greet in over 7 years,” the Grammy winner’s post began.

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

Brown went on to blast “lame” artists who “don’t make eye contact with the people who made it possible for a career to flourish in the first place.”

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

“Typically, artists pose for the image, maybe shake a hand or two, and then continue speaking, so the experience lasts about 20 to 30 seconds,” Martin wrote. “But Chris Brown shook hands with everyone, gave several hugs, signed several things and took a lot of very entertaining photos with each person! He actually stood there and talked to each fan for 3-4 minutes. He asked her name, her life and so many other questions.”

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

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

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