The promoter behind the recently announced Energy Rush concert in Halifax featuring Chris Brown says the show will go on despite sponsors dropping out, the mayor's opposition and many living in the ci...
Rogers says it's pulling its sponsorship of an upcoming Chris Brown concert in Dartmouth, N.S., after people on Twitter and Facebook called for a boycott of the show. The hip-hop star is schedul...
An alleged run-in with members of the paparazzi on Saturday has left R & B singer Chris Brown's car "totalled", according to media sources out of Los Angeles. Brown says he was driving to a charity e...
The headline that caught our attention: Did Chris Brown tattoo a battered Rihanna on his neck?
When we look behind this headline, the real issue is that no one is talking about the real issue. It's not just about Chris Brown or Rihanna. It's about domestic abuse. It's also about celebrity-issued get-out-of-jail-free cards.
Chris Brown's recent neck tattoo sparked yet another media firestorm. But hundreds of pieces have already been written about Chris Brown, which only fuel him. Maybe now is the time that we finally put a mark in the Chris Brown "lose" column, but channel our own anger, frustration and feelings of helplessness into actually helping. And for the sake of human rights, we can stop buying his music.