Forgive but never forget. Or, in this case, never forgive either…
The R&B singer isn’t off the hook yet, and his fans – or, rather, anti-fans – are letting him know. In HMV stores in London, copies of Breezy’s album, Fortune, featured stickers that warned buyers the singer beats women.
“Warning - Do not buy this album! This man beats women,” a large sticker proclaims on the cover of the CDs.
The caution is hard to miss, taking up a good 25 percent of the album's cover and is likely the result of a passionate anti-domestic violence movement.
In 2009, Brown pleaded guilty of beating his then girlfriend Rihanna.
Despite this new setback, Brown has been making strides in an effort to clear his name of the shame and backlash that has followed him like a bad hangover since the incident.
Gigwise.com, who broke the story relayed a statement from Brown about his recent work visiting victims of domestic violence.
“It's in my heart to show my fans, my friends and family and the families at Jenesse who stood by me they were right to give me another chance. I'm working hard to make them proud."
Founded in 1980, according to the organization’s website, the Jenesse Center, Inc. is “is the oldest domestic violence intervention program in South Los Angeles.”
Recently, the couple has been rumored to be on good terms, with some blogs guessing that the couple is getting back together.
The newest chapter in the roller coater romance is a tattoo conversation with the RiRi and Breezy appear to be having. Brown recently answered the “We Found Love” singer’s goddess Isis tattoo with similar image a F16 fighter jet. He also inked a woman’s face on his neck, which some guessed was a tribute to his ex.
Since then, a rep for Brown told Hollyscoop that the inspiration behind the woman’s face is a mix between a Mexican Day of the Dead candy skull and a advertisement of M.A.C. cosmetics.