“Team Breezy” is not going out of business. Reps for Chris Brown are denying rumors that the singer is retiring from the music business. The reports surfaced Sunday after Brown’s appearance at the BET Awards. During his acceptance speech for Best Male R&B Artist, the singer referred to his new album, “Fortune,” as his “last album,” then went on to thank “Team Breezy” and everybody who had worked on his past albums. Brown’s speech set off rampant reports about the singer’s pending retirement, which is reps no say are not true. They say the singer simply misspoke when he referred to the project as his “last album” and has no plans on leaving the music business. “Fortune” arrives in stores Tuesday.
Yesterday Brown Â was spotted leaves Hyde Nightclub after enjoying a night out on July 3, 2012 in Hollywood, California.Â Last weekend, Brown released a diss track apparently aimed at rapper Drake whose name, like Brown’s has been linked to a nightclub brawl in New York City last month.
Both men deny any involvement in the incident although Brown’s remix diss track “I Don’t Like” makes reference to the bottle-throwing scenario that left several people injured.
Chris new girls from Karrueche want him to know she was one of his biggest supports by giving Chris a “Fortune” cake…
The short-lived reports about Chris Brown’s rumored retirement was a top talk topic among social media users Sunday.
According to social network tracking group Trendrr, Brown and his appearance on the BET Awards garnered more than 405-thousand mentions Sunday night to make the controversial R&B star the third-most talked about subject on social media so far this year.
Only the Super Bowl and the Grammys rank higher.