Chris Brown defends groping, bending fans over meet and greets

Chris Brown is standing by his intimate meet and greets with fans after he received backlash from photos that have gone viral.

The singer, 33, shared a “PSA” via Instagram Stories Monday addressing recent images circulating via social media of himself groping fans, bending them over and doing prom poses.

“When artist[s] (everyone) does concerts, they all have something called a VIP package. I haven’t done meet and greets in over 7 years,” the Grammy winner’s post began.

“You have the coolest fans on the planet. I appreciate the f–k outta them. These are memories that will last with them forever.”

Brown then went on to diss other “lame ass artists that won’t make eye contact with people who made it possible to even have a career.”

The singer’s poses with concertgoers went viral.

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The singer’s poses with concertgoers went viral.

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The dancer wrote, “I only exist because these fans saw something in me I never thought was possible… So Ima go all out for my fans!!!”

Twitter users expressed mixed feelings over Brown’s poses, with some praising the singer for giving his supporters “any pose they want.”

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Brown defended his decision to go “all out” for his supporters via Instagram Stories.
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One fan wrote, “The more I see Chris Brown’s meet and greet pics…. The more I wanna spend 1000 dollars,” with another adding, “I am in love. … The girls are really enjoying themselves.”

However, other users called the photos “weird” and slammed concertgoers for spending their money on Brown after he attacked then-girlfriend Rihanna in 2009 and pleaded guilty to felony assault.

“I feel like it’s weird if you have an issue listening to R. Kelly’s music but you can listen to Chris Brown,” read a tweet.

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“I only exist because [of] these fans,” he wrote.
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The meet and greets come two months after Normani was slammed for working with the songwriter on “WE (Warm Embrace).”

The 26-year-old former Fifth Harmony member, who danced with and kissed Brown in the music video for his song, tweeted her support of “#TeamBreezy” in 2014.

“I love him & his personal life has nothing to do with how talented he is,” the “Love Lies” singer wrote at the time.

In addition to his violent incident with Rihanna — which the Fenty designer, 34, has publicly forgiven him for — Brown has recently faced other legal issues.

Not only was he under investigation in June 2021 for allegedly striking a woman, but another woman sued him in January of the following year for allegedly drugging and raping her.

The actor has denied both accusations.

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