Chris Brown worked hard to establish himself as one of the decorated artists in the hip-hop industry. He has managed to keep himself relevant over the years, despite the fact that he is always wrapped up in controversy. He has recently denied a huge accusation as well.
As previously reported, Chris Brown was accused of running off with a $1.1M payday after cancelling a concert during the soundcheck earlier this year. The event was in Houston, and it was a hurricane relief concert.
According to TMZ, Chris Brown claimed that local Houston activist LeJuan Bailey has it all wrong. Brown claimed that he did not pull out of the event at the very last minute whatsoever.
As revealed by a letter sent by his legal team, they had emailed the organizers back in March 17th, informing them that Brown won’t be able to perform. The letter states Bryson Tiller, who was also to perform at the event, had been removed from the lineup without a viable replacement.
This was a violation of the contract Brown had signed, so he was not going to perform. The letter was seemingly sent 2 days before the show and not during the sound check. It is not known whether Bailey was not informed by her team regarding this matter or not.
It was said that both sides have been in negotiations to settle the situation. Brown is offering to make a 6-figure donation to a Houston-based charity, but no agreements have been made yet. We’ll keep you updated on this ongoing story.
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