Chris Brown has been busy building relationships with his fans by hosting unique meet and greets. The “No Guidance” singer seemingly shaded Megan Thee Stallion and other artists for following his lead.
The R&B singer and dancer took to Instagram to share his thoughts about other artists doing similar meet and greets.
Chris Brown wrote:
“IM HAPPY THAT MY MEET AND GREETS ARE STARTING TO INSPIRE ARTIST TO ACTUALLY GIVE A FUCK ABOUT THEIR FANS.. I didn’t invent the wheel or meets and greets but I damn sure set the tone.”
This response came days after Megan was pictured having her meet-ups with fans at the Rockefeller Center in New York City.
Megan’s fans, the Hotties, were allowed to meet the “Savage” rapper as long as they purchased a physical copy of her new album Traumazine.
Breezy fans, however, had to fork up $1000 to meet him, causing controversy.
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While being shaded by Chris Brown, the Texas mogul is also getting backlash from her recently dropped album, Traumazine.
The album has been experiencing mixed reviews, and many fans have been calling out the lead single, “HER.”
After the music video was released yesterday, Twitter users have more reason to compare it to Todrick Hall’s 2020 song, “Nails, Hair, Hips, Heels.”