It seems as if violence follows Chris Brown wherever he goes and many people believe this is because he is affiliated with gangs. Could this be true? Chris finally spoke out about his alleged ties to these groups!
There has been many questionably violent nights surrounding Chris Brown, 25, recently. Has he just been at the wrong place at the wrong time? Or are the people he surrounds himself with causing this continued violence in his life? Check out what he is saying about being part of a gang!
Chris Brown In Gang Violence? — New Interview About Bloods & Crips
There are claims that Chris’s violent nights have to do with his involvement with gangs, however, the hip-hop artists is saying this is definitely not the case!
Chris told MTV, “When you’re in L.A. and you’re around people, you meet everybody — you meet Crips, you meet Bloods, especially in this industry that I’m in,” he told MTV News during a sit-down on September 11. “I’m not in the country world, I’m not in the all-the-way pop world. [When] you’re in hip-hop, all of that meshes.”
The rumors all started in July when TMZ posted a video of Brown throwing up gang signs and reported that he had ties to the Fruits Piru gang.
Chris’s Violent Past At Clubs
Although Chris denied being affiliated with any gangs, there is no denying he has had some pretty scary and violent nights over the past few months.
Chris was at Supperclub in Los Angeles on Sept. 22 and a male clubgoer was stabbed! Then, there was the night at 1Oak on Aug. 24 when three people were shot following his pre-VMA concert! Most recently, a report claims that Chris allegedly shoved a woman during an appearance at Limelight Houston nightclub!
We hope that Chris will put more effort into staying safe going forward!
What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? Should Chris just stay out of clubs all together? Comment below!
— Shira Benozilio
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