Chris Brown was a gigantic, violent baby at a club before the Billboard Music Awards

Chris Brown was at the Billboard Music Awards two nights ago. Apparently, he performed – although he didn’t sing live, he just lip sync’d and danced. I only know that because I saw that Pink and Carey Hart were bitching about how Chris jacked/copied one of Pink’s old performances. I didn’t watch that mess – I was watching Sherlock and Mad Men (and you should have been watching those shows too). Anyway, just one night before the Billboard Music Awards, Chris Brown had some kind of incident at a club. Because he’s a gigantic, violent baby.

Chris Brown’s famous temper flared up again before the Billboard Music Awards when he angrily confronted a stranger over a group of girls in a top Vegas club. According to witnesses, Brown spent more than two hours Saturday night at Haze at Aria charming a group of young women and buying multiple bottles of Champagne.

But one witness said, “Brown got visibly upset when the girls moved on to the next table. Brown approached the guys in the group [at the next table] and started getting visibly agitated. Brown stood up, and looked like he was about to start a fight when club security stopped him.”

While Brown’s rep insisted the account was “not true,” our witness continued: “He got in the guy’s face and was cursing at him, and saying, ‘Are these girls with you or with me?’ The guy was stunned by it. Things were close to getting extremely ugly. Then Chris’ security and club security escorted him out.”

A Haze rep confirmed there was an incident involving Brown but declined to go into detail. The club rep said, “Haze has a zero tolerance policy for violence.”

Brown performed his hit “Turn Up the Music” at Sunday’s Billboard awards with an impressive dance routine, but sparked some backlash over his alleged lip-syncing.

After picking up the Top R&B Artist award, he later dined with Justin Bieber at N9NE Steakhouse in Palms Resort Casino with a group of 30 friends, feasting on surf and turf and lobster mash. Brown later went on to celebrate at Vanity Nightclub inside the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino with bottles of Ace of Spades Champagne, but declined photos with fans.

Earlier on Friday night at Marquee, Brown — this time out with his girlfriend Karrueche Tran — treated the packed house to a surprise performance. He got on the mike during Benny Benassi’s set, launching into their hit song “Beautiful People” and their new song “Don’t Wake Me Up,” dedicating it to all the ladies.

[From Page Six]

Yeah, I believe the witness and the club, not Chris’s enablers and delusional representatives. That’s what always bugs me about Chris’s defenders – they always scream and cry about Chris having “changed” and “learned his lesson” after he violently attacked Rihanna. But what evidence is there of his change? What evidence is there of his lessons learned? I think the only lesson he’s learned is that he can be a temperamental, violent a–hole with little to no repercussions. Also: what is the deal with Karrueche Tran? She’s fine with Chris sleeping with Rihanna, trying to hook up with random club girls, and much, much more. I guess she doesn’t want to confront him about his infidelities. Would you?

Someone new has come out in defense of Chris too – British C-lister Cheryl Cole. During a radio interview a few days ago, Cheryl said: “I think it’s really kind of Rihanna [to forgive Brown]… She’s come out and publicly forgiven him, really… I think it’s about time we all [forgave Brown], if I’m completely honest, if you want my opinion. I think it’s time we all moved on. That guy is talented as hell.” Chris was all over it, of course, tweeting Cheryl a message: “You’re amazing! I appreciate you. Thanks for the support and believing in me as an artist.” Disgusting. Enough.

Photos courtesy of WENN.

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  1. Lizzie says:

    I’m not a fan of Cheryl…..but in the UK she’s a lot more than C-List.

    • Katren says:

      Agreed. And she also has an assault conviction, so maybe that has something to do with her forgiving attitude?

      And he’s not “talented as hell” at all. There are thousands of people who can dance and sing much better than Douchebag Brown and not act like entitled brats about it. Christ how do people like him :(

      • gg says:

        Chavyl herself is not very talented in my opinion, so of course she thinks he is. I admit I have never seen her wearing suitable clothes in her videos or my interpretation of “singing well”. She confuses the hell out of me why she is even famous – just looks like another cheap hooker to me with godawful taste.

    • Hubbahun says:

      Agreed, she’s an a-lister here – but this won’t win her any fans. How the hell has Brown still got a career? He’s not that talented and he’s clearly a psycho. A$$hat.

      • Guesto says:

        Cheryl Cole an A-lister?! She is nothing of the kind. An A-lister in the UK would put her alongside eg. Colin Firth, Helena Bonham Carter, Sting, Judi Dench.

        She is a C-lister at best, and in recent years more famous for being famous, nothing more, and an A-lister only in tabloid zeleb terms.

        That she’s bigging up this infantile asshole says all that needs to be said about Cheryl’s ‘celebrity’.

      • sera says:

        Cheryl Cole is no more A list in the UK than Kim Kardashian is A list in the US.

      • Music says:

        She is not A list. Especially in the U.S which is why Simon Cowell didn’t want her for the X factor here.

        I dont know who she is, and I know tons of pop culture crap.

    • Amelia says:

      Kaiser please don’t give Cheryl TWEEDY column inches. Please!! Begging you here! We have to suffer her presence in the UK, please don’t tarnish Celebitchy!
      Bet you 5 cookies that she only tweeted her support of Chris the thug because she herself has an assault conviction and she’s desperate to fame whore her way to the US through Chris Brown (God knows why she thought that was a good idea).
      You know she turned up to Cannes because she has a 10 second cameo in What to Expect… and now considers herself an actress.
      *steps off soap box*
      I think you can tell I don’t like her ¬¬

  2. Nanz says:

    He’s gross. Violently gross. And isn’t he a little old to be BFF with Bieber?

    • Liv says:

      Unbelieveable. He will never change, because he thinks everybody’s mean to him and not vice versa. Plus he’s caught in the celebrity world, where “friends” never tell you the truth. He will destroy his own career (or what’s left of it). He is so arrogant, I can’t stand him.

    • polk8dot says:

      He must have a seriously A-list PR team. What other A-hole douche would be given soooo many second chances, especially considering that there are 100s of new, undiscovered ‘music stars’ banging on the doors of record companies and PR firms begging for a chance to break into the biz? Who is pushing him so hard, and why? He is not worth it, people!
      As to the violence, that just magnifies the problem described above 100-fold. I guess they will wake up after he finally kills someone in a jealous or just plain angry rage. He obviously has a hair trigger temper and massive anger control issues, and a volatile hold on reality, coupled with entitlement and narcissism of the staggering order. It is time the society stopped rewarding douchebags like him with money and fame.
      He’s working so hard at destroying his career and life – lets let him! Maybe then we’ll finally be rid of this fugly, viciously violent A-hole with a little-man complex.

      • Onyx XV says:

        WOW. Spot-on analysis! Co-sign all of the above. And yes – let’s let him. It can only be a matter of time.

      • Tiffany says:

        I can’t help it…Since Chris has made his raging sensitivity so obvious, I can’t help but wish someone would taunt him into exploding. You know it is going to happen at some point, he is a bomb waiting to go off. I just wish someone would provoke him so it happens sooner rather than later, so his defenders will wake the f- up.

      • flan says:

        Who is pushing him so hard?

        Well, also a bunch of women-hating men in the music industry, who can’t stand the fact that a man would lose a career over a woman.

        See the Grammys, when one of their to dogs whined about how they were the real victims of the abuse, and went out of their way to honor him.

    • TXCinderella says:

      He hangs with Beiber because they are on the same maturity level.

  3. Marjalane says:

    I’m sorry, but in no way do I think this little shit is entitled to his career. I don’t want to hear anyone defend him. Go back to the U.K. Cheryl.

    • Suzy (from Ontario, Canada) says:

      I agree. There are so many incredibly talented singers out there who do not act like douchebags. Why does this guy get chance after chance? He can barely string a coherent sentence together, and clearly hasn’t learned anything or taken any real responsibility…he still doesn’t think he really did anything wrong. Violence and disrespect is a joke to this guy. He’s so immature and frankly, just not very intelligent. Give some other really talented singer a chance. Why waste time on this douche? All these second chances and continued adoration and opportunities just reassure him that it was never that big a deal and he can do whatever he wants. He makes me want to vomit!

  4. Eve says:

    Chris Brown was a gigantic, violent baby at a club before the Billboard Music Awards.

    Are you serious? Not even in my wildest dreams I would have imagined something like that.

  5. Annie says:

    Gigantic, violent baby? Hahaha, Kaiser, you just summed up his entire personality.

  6. embertine says:

    I would take her assessment of Brown’s talent with a pinch of salt, given that she herself sounds like that girl from accounts who gets a bit too drunk at the office party and sings terrible karaoke.

    • polk8dot says:

      I think she’s simply auditioning for the role of his next girlfriend. That would raise her profile immensly. After all, staying relevant is hard work, so why not attach yourself who already is all over the news? Fantastic launching pad for career upgrade. That it makes you a cheap ‘ho, she apparently could not care less.

  7. Maguita says:


    The fact that the music industry keeps giving him a platform to abuse and ridicule victims of violence is beyond me.

    It is akin to the movie industry who keeps giving that pedophile Polanski the chance to be famous, and shit on all his past, and I’m betting present, victims. At least, this monster, is really good at his art.

    • Hubbahun says:

      Well said, Maguita! Here’s a thought, if these guys were women, they wouldn’t have a career. None. I’m not being a flag-waving feminist but women can lose their careers just by being outspoken (Hi Katie Heigl!) but it just seems like as long as they are ‘talented’, it’s okay to be a violent thug…towards women. Okay, rant over :D

      • Maguita says:


        Women had done much less irresponsible things than hitting a boyfriend, and were banned from the industry for life! Heck, beauty queens still lose their titles and are ridiculed for posing naked, not even for committing a heinous crime.

      • flan says:

        Yeah, it’s so ingrained in our culture that even when you make an internet comment about it, people like you (and me) feel the urge to say they are no flag waving feminist.

        I don’t do that anymore; whenever I defend women’s positions, I’m not going to put a disclaimer in.

    • littlestar says:

      Exactly, Maguita! I was so disgusted watching the Grammy’s this year. It was basically a celebration of Chris Brown! I shook my head after and asked myself, what did he do to deserve that? He has done NOTHING to show that he’s changed, has put NO work into helping himself or changing. His actions the past few years (temper tantrums in interviews, throwing chairs, insulting people on Twitter, and now this outburst in the club) have proven he is still the same petulant little boy he has always been. Man he is not.

    • Maguita says:

      Wow, anyone seen what his “fans” are posting on twitter, after Chrissy Teigen criticized his perfromance? (TMZ)

      “all you do is talk s**t, you need to be raped and murdered.”
      – “killyoself bitch ur nothing but tall thatswhy you model. your nothing.”
      – “ditzy dumb ass tramp your mother should’ve aborted you.”
      – “i hope you are the next ‘celebrity’ to die”
      – “you have the brain capacity of a turtle, just die.”


      And thank you Ladies for the support!

      • I Choose Me says:


        WTF is wrong with these little girls? So hateful over a celebrity they’ve never met, who doesn’t know and probably doesn’t care they exist except to buy his records. SMH.

      • Maguita says:

        Hey Me!

        Those were the least sickening apparently, there were a lot of death threats that were deleted later on.

        The law has to get a hold on social media; If someone left a death threat like one of those on my voice mail, they can definitely get arrested and held on charges (depending on the severity). That so many get away with death and rape threats over Twitter and Facebook is unacceptable.

        Sorry if this is too long for you to read, I know you don’t really like my overly long comments (i.e.50-cent thread) ;)

  8. Agnes says:

    violent lunatic.

  9. Ruth says:

    So “talent” (debatable) excuses behaviour? Really?

  10. ZZZ says:

    Please let him end up in jail ~ PLEASE!

  11. ozmom says:

    And people on another post are calling Zuckerberg a douche?! This guy here is a douche, people.

    • Kimbob says:

      Well, yes….the term “douche” can be equally applicable to both Zuckerberg and Chris B.

      Zuckerberg is what I’d call a CHEAP/GREEDY douche, & Chris B. is a VIOLENT/OUT-OF-CONTROL/SOCIOPATHIC/NARCISSISTIC douche. Both of the above douche-types are to be avoided at all costs…LOL!

      See? Same word, different descriptors, and they both are very apropo.

  12. marie says:

    the guy’s a violent douche, and will always be.. the moron can’t even figure out to control his anger in public, imagine what he’s like in private. but because he can dance, we should give him a pass? not only is that beyond ridiculous but it also enables him to continue to be the d-bag that he is..

  13. Blue says:

    His girlfriend is probably scared to confront him (rightly so) but he’s also spending his money on her and she doesn’t doing anything ( work wise) except be available when he wants her around. Getting jewlery and a car, plus who knows what else is enough for her to look the other way and keep her mouth shut.

  14. Kaboom says:

    I hope he oversteps the line some time soon and gets his ass kicked, that would do him a world of good.

  15. TheOriginalKitten says:

    WTF? Forgive him? No, sorry. When you make your money off of celebrity, everything is a PR game and if you have an obviously temperamental, sometimes violent attitude, when you treat your fans like shit, when you act entitled and unapologetic, when you consistently play the victim card (when in actuality you are the perpetrator) as Chris Brown does-we are NOT obligated to forgive you or to like you. He is talented yes, but there are hundreds of talented singers out there who don’t cop an attitude like CB does. Those are the artists that the public will support, not this whiny POS.

  16. TheOriginalKitten says:

    Hi Asli! :)
    Exactly, the kid has a decent voice but for every Chris Brown, there are 8 solid singers out there. Dude got lucky and he shows his gratitude by acting like an entitled brat.

  17. Cel says:

    I do not advocate violence but in his case I would make an exception – I wish he would pick a fight with someone who beats the hell out of him and then they get away with it.

  18. arock says:

    i hope one day he pulls the wrong shit with the wrong person in a club and before security can jump in he gets his ass beat like the little biotch he is. i would love to see that on twitter.

    and take that stupid hat off.

  19. Dawn says:

    I am so surprised that a Kardashian hasn’t picked him up yet. Maybe mama pimp is saving a Jenner girl for him.

  20. Tracy says:

    Cheryl is no stranger to assault charges herself.

    • Eener says:

      Of course Cheryl thinks everyone should forgive Chris Brown, takes one beater to defend another. I bet they start dating. They’d be a perfect match.

  21. LeManda says:

    Forgive him? Why????? It’s not like he did a little thing, he beat the shit out of a young women!!! He also continues to act out with an insanely violent personality.
    It’s not like his ‘talent’ is BRAIN SURGERY or SOLVING WORLD HUNGER, ect…he’s a SINGER/DANCER!
    1 in a 10000000000000.

  22. Jordan says:

    Karrueche Tran either doesn’t care what he does as long as he is paying her bills or she will one day get tired of it and confront him (and become his next victim). I agree that there is no evidence of his changing. And just because he is talented does not give him a pass to do whatever he wants. Imagine if a CEO beat his wife/girlfriend and everyone shrugged and said, “Well, he runs this company really well so let’s give him a pass on this one.”

    • Veruca says:

      Unfortunately, that happens all the time.

      I confess, I get tired of living in a society where wealth and fame give one a pass on being a total ass (side-eye at LL).

  23. Krock says:

    OMG I havent read the article yet because the headline is still cracking me up LOL
    Well the gigantic baby part. Not the violent part :P

  24. Snitch says:

    Whenever I hear or see Chris Brown I change the channel, turn the station or else it makes me mad all over again to see his face and know that he got away with abuse and contiues to be an abuser with people apologizing for him. He deserves nothing and should be shunned.

  25. eileen says:

    Punk Ass Mother F#$%&ER.

    That is all.

  26. Kkkaren says:

    Let him have his moments. There’s a sista out there just waiting to Usherise him.

  27. Deann Baldwin says:

    I cant wait for the day he pisses off a brother and they stomp his ass…and they will. And I hope someone captures it and puts it online so I can watch repeatedly. He is a prick. And if he lives to 30 I will be amazed.

  28. pwal says:

    Well… it doesn’t help when his dumb@$$ed mama say that MJ died in order for Chris to live. Huh?

    She, along with the millions of equally stupid people, including urban radio personalities with ever-ready excuses whenever he c*cks up, need to tell him to take a long, long powder and get himself together.

  29. Harleyhoney says:

    Unappreciated and self entitled ‘above the law mentality ‘ …And the sad thing is he doesn’t even show one ounce of remorse for his disgusting behavior …hopefully he is humbled someday!!!!

  30. bagladey says:

    Cheryl Cole should just stay out of it.

  31. jl says:

    I feel like one day, this loser is going to kill someone. Seriously.

    • Faye says:

      He very well may. His bad behavior isn’t ever discouraged and he’s been given a free pass on everything he’s done. I mean, he might have killed Rhianna that night, he beat her so badly.

  32. Str8Shooter says:

    I am not usually the type to condone violence, but someone seriously needs to kick the sh*t of this asshole.

    Then he can see how Rhianna felt.

  33. Faye says:

    He obviously doesn’t need my forgiveness since he clearly has it from the “right” people in order to still have a career.

  34. dragonlady sakura says:

    Chris Brown can go(blank) himself with a rusty (blank). Talented or not doesn’t excuse d-bag behavior.

  35. HK9 says:

    If Cheryl thinks Chris “beatherdown” brown is talented we are in a sad state. He’s an average performer who happens to be a criminal~that’s all I’ll give him~EVER.

  36. tooey says:

    Soooo waiting for the day when this loser is a broke-ass homeless crackhead. No offense to broke-ass homeless crackheads.

  37. leetruth says:

    People should leave Chris alone. It is getting beyond sick the way every unconfirmed acts of violence about him is always ‘true’ while for other people, it is ‘alleged’. Do people expect him to do penance and grovel forever? Please! As for Pink, jealous and attention seeking is what I see here ; Chris was not the only one lipsynching. Again , can’t stand Cheryl but she is Alist in Britain.

    • bee says:

      Leetruth – I was ready to hate on Chris but then I read your post and your wise words changed my mind. You are right; he shouldn’t have to be responsible for his actions forever! And Pink is totally jealous of him. Who wouldn’t be jealous of Chris?!!

      What an egomaniac!!!

  38. ria says:

    I tell you this, Cheryl Cole, if this was your mom, sister or daughter or even a male relative that he beat because they found evidence on his phone that he was cheating would you be as kind to forgive. Probably not. The very fact that he did not express remorse, just words of damage control is sickening. It wasn’t long after he threw a chair at the window of a building because he did not like the interviewer robin questions. That chair could have killed someone if it had gone out of the window, not to mention the glass. He is no man but a boy with dangerous violent outbursts. He could kill someone, all because he can not control his rage. He should be blacklisted, nobody should be rewarded for bad behavior, especially if they don’t learn from their mistakes. He still has anger and that needs to be treated before anything else, songs, tours and whatever else comes his way. Chris brown is an dangerous unstable being.

    • leetruth says:

      Are you a psychologist to label him a unstable? Please. Since he is black and comitted a felony , the label of the angry black man must stick with him? Nonsense! This is just like Travolta’s case with all those shameless men coming out of the woodworks. Travolta is now the poster boy for gay abuser for people know nothing about him………..

      • Jo 'Mama' Besser says:

        Nope. He’s not being persecuted with a label, he’s making US look bad by living down to every streotype of the angry black man that exists. If you’re a black person, I would find it hard to believe that you didn’t get ‘Don’t give racists fodder’. We’re supposed to stick together, but kind of teammate is this who demands loyalty and protection whenever does the same stupid thing over and over? What’s he giving back to the ones who shelter him endlessly? Remorseless recidivism. I’m not just a black person, I’m a woman and what keeps going on is that he offends my sensibilities and best interests so deeply and frequently that it overwhelms my ability to keep quiet for the struggle, or whatnot.

        Piss on the colour of skin, he’s exploiting us by appealing to that, well tough for him because no man is ever going to raise an uninvited hand against me without setting off an army of consequences. I’m not about to die for this peckerhead–which is what he is if he shuns helps for hubris and laziness, instead.

      • Maguita says:

        Ms. Besser, you are amazing.

  39. Mooshi says:

    I was married to an abuser. They are actually quite charming in public.

    My X could choke me with my legs off the floor, spitting in my face, then drop me and leave me a sobbing mess and immediately answer the front door to a guest with pure calmness and a smiling face. Those abusers make a real effort at never losing their cool in public.

    However if Chris cannot even control his jealous public outbursts, then he is different than the average, calculated abuser. I dont think he’s a bad man. I think he is deepseeded in hurt and pain.

    He reacts more like someone with PTSD.

    Thats my two cents worth.

    • Jo 'Mama' Besser says:

      Horrible, awful. I’m so, so sorry you had to endure that, but you’re on the other side of it, now and have a hard-won wisdom for it. I’m sure you have to sit through a lot of comments like mine if you choose to tell people about that part of your history, but it still stands.

      I used to live across the street from a woman who was stalked by her ex-husband, who went on to stab her to death in front her own mother and young son when some bastard tipped the man off about her whereabouts and found her at that address and staying with her mother. She had just emigrated from Vietnam and was kind of early in the process of learning english It was almost 20 years ago, now, but I just sink when I remember sharing an umbrella with her and her carriage the week before it happened. I mean–I don’t even know, it’s just too terrible. I’m glad you’re doing well.

  40. Edvard says:

    I don’t know why you bothered putting so much thought into the title of this post.

  41. judyjudy says:

    Nice hat.

  42. Kimbob says:

    “Chris Brown was a gigantic, violent baby at a club before the Billboard Music Awards.” And, in other news…..the sky is blue and clouds are white……what’s new? Is ANYONE surprised about this?

    I very much sincerely believe that what goes around, comes around…and that Karma is a bitch. I sincerely, truly, CANNOT WAIT for this SOB to get what’s coming/due for him. It will be one fantastic day for a celebration of such.

  43. galaxygirl says:

    The hat needs to be a wee bit longer !

  44. Francesca says:

    Even his dance has a violence to it.

  45. randand00 says:

    Here’s the thing, I think Chris Brown acts all tough and macho, beating up women and such as a way to OVERCOMPENSATE for sounding like a whiny little bitch. Seriously, he has a high-pitched sissy voice, and probably got bullied in school, so now he’s a big tough boy with a girlie singing voice (as compared to say, Barry White), and has to act all “bad ass” picking fights to “convince” everyone that he’s manly enough. It’s sad.