For the second time this year, Chris Brown's home was invaded. This time things were a lot more frightening. Instead of one super-fan making her way into Chris' pad, 3 armed intruders broke into the house Chris just bought while his aunt was there alone.
According to reports, the incident happened around 2am PST. Brown's aunt heard a commotion and went to the front door. It's unclear how the perpetrators got in the home and according to some reports, they pointed a gun at her head and forced her in to a closet while they continued to ransack the home, stealing property and cash. When they were done, they fled the home in an unknown direction. Chris' aunt immediately called 911.
Fortunately no one was harmed during the invasion. The robbers are being described as three black men who were possibly wearing masks.
Chris has been showing off a lot of his home lately. Rightfully so, he's happy about his purchase. That's not an invitation to rob him. The 8,317 sq. ft., multi-million dollar house has six bedrooms, a 10 car court, a home theater with 14 recliner seats, a tennis court, a saltwater pool and supposedly a state of the art security system to protect all of Chris' really really expensive things.
Organisers of Reggae Sumfest have renewed their efforts to get American R&B singer Chris Brown to perform at this year’s staging of the festival, as a replacement for hip hop artiste, Rick Ross, who is also an American.
Late last week, Summerfest Promotions, organisers of the annual event, reported that Ross, who is currently facing kidnapping and assault charges in the United States, has been dropped from the festival's line-up due to "circumstances beyond the control of [the] organisers”.
Chris Brown pleaded guilty on Tuesday to hitting a man outside a Washington hotel, an assault that occurred while the singer was on probation for attacking his then-girlfriend Rihanna.
Brown pleaded guilty to misdemeanor assault and was sentenced to time served. He spent two days in a Washington jail in this case.
The Grammy-winning singer was arrested in October. The victim told police Brown hit him after he tried to get in a picture the singer was taking with two women.
Brown had previously pleaded not guilty in the case. His trial had been set for April, but it was delayed.
Singer Chris Brown was released earlier today from a Los Angeles County jail.
Los Angeles Sheriff's deputy Tony Moore said Brown was released at 12:01 a.m. Monday.
Brown had been in custody since mid-March, when he was arrested after being expelled from a court-ordered rehab sentence for violating its rules.
Chris Brown and Rihanna have definitely been more open in terms of their love for each other recently and the 'Yeah 3x' singer has now taken things one step further, admitting that the showbiz couple's relationship is 'for life' and they are 'meant to be together.'
The loved-up couple were snapped looking extremely loved- up on their recent holiday to Hawaii and there have since been reports that they're planning a secret wedding ceremony in Barbados this summer.
From The-Dream and The Weeknd to Rihanna and Karrueche, celebrity tweet beefs keep us laughing our ass off. But with Twitter feuds spilling over into real world brawls, is it still only entertainment?
It used to be one mic. But when it comes to beef, now, all you need is one tweet. For all that’s redeeming about Twitter—its ability to mobilize protesters and topple oppressive regimes—there’s one side effect to the social networking platform that’s worrisome: the desire for brand-building and social identity has sparked the need to protect one’s digital neck at all costs. From Ray Js’ and Fabolous’ tweet-fueled fisticuffs to the Basketball Wives soap-opera showdowns, stars are throwing down their phones and putting up real dukes to defend their LLC. But in the race for virtual bragging rights, there’s never a clear winner.
Whereas Web beefs were once contained to Photoshop wars and hackings, these aren’t just isolated fights. It’s a contagion spread through the riff-raff of gossip blogs and instigating fans. This summer, a WorldStarHipHop-bound flip cam captured Chris Brown’s alleged cohorts hounding Frank Ocean’s BMW, threatening the Odd Future crooner with chants of “Chase the fade!” (a.k.a. take the fight like a man). This, after Breezy tweeted via an iPad: “I fuck wit Frank Ocean! Reminds me of a young James Fauntleroy or Kevin Cossum.” One intended compliment led to both singers testing each other’s character limits, and could’ve ended violently if not for cooler heads. Soon after, Basketball Wives’ Jennifer Williams accused fellow castmate Royce Reed of the unthinkable: following her ex-husband on Twitter and sending him direct messages. The apparent slight resulted in a permanent standoff between the friends-turned-foes. Days later, Lloyd and Miguel almost came to blows in Cleveland over Miguel tweeting about Lloyd stealing his haircut.
It’s not as if stars are more sensitive than ever—thugs have always needed love. But celebs have the biggest egos of all, which Twitter only heightens. Few people put much thought into crafting a tweet, an environment in which every tap-tap typed can be misunderstood as a jab (See: Ciara’s and Rihanna’s catfight). And every jab has the potential to spiral into petty exchanges, provoking a team of handlers to deal with a star’s digital diarrhea. Plus, Twitter makes celebs instantly approachable, so entourages of Yes Men can no longer act as bulletproof shields. Fabolous can’t clown Ray J (“...Ray J singing “One Wish” on the piano had me in tears!!”) without potential physical repercussions.
Cyber bullies will be bullies. Watching tightly protected stars unravel can be wildly entertaining—backstage moments caught with the curtain up. We feel like we’re a part of the action. Still, for all the fans circling up for these schoolyard feuds, just remember: It’s all fun and games until someone loses an iPhone.
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