Chris Brown's team denies Homophobic Slur rumors

Thursday, July 14, 2011

By The Music Scoop
JR Staff Writer

Recently, there were reports of Chris Brown acting out, once again. Brown is known to be very quick-tempered. Several times, he has acted out in the public eye. Instead of letting his temper hold him back, Chris Brown has used this to his advantage and is currently the bad boy of R&B.

Star magazine reported Chris Brown played a game of pick-up basketball on June 29, 2011. During the game, Brown reportedly began using homophobic slurs. It was said his comments were so harsh, some of the other people playing wanted to take legal action. To many, it came as no surprise.

Only days after the rumors, Chris Brown's team has come out to deny the rumors.

Read the statement below:

A totally fictitious article ran in the current Star Magazine (issue date July 25, 2011) accusing our client Chris Brown of doing something that he did not do.
The article claimed that on June 29, 2011, Chris participated in a pick up basketball game at 24 Hour Fitness Center in LA and said some very inappropriate statements.

The incident described did not occur, nor did the Star ever contact Chris' representatives to request comment or confirmation.
Chris was filming a video with Ace Hood on June 29 and never left the set.
He spent the entire day with dozens of members of the production team filming the video for “Body To Body” at 1870 Sunset Plaza in West Hollywood.
The Star accompanied the fabricated story with a photo of Chris playing basketball in New York that was taken on the day of his F.A.M.E. CD release in March.
Chris Brown's management is considering taking appropriate legal action against the paper.
Unfortunately this bogus account is being picked up by additional media outlets. We stand behind our client and want to set the record straight that this did not happen."


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