These are the things that make me love people. On Nov. 19th, Chris Brown is scheduled to play Stockholm, Sweden at the Ericsson Globe, which seats approximately 16,000 for concerts. However, not everyone is thrilled by the prospect of an egotistical, unapologetic woman beater playing their city.
An unnamed person/group has taken to putting up advertisements for the concert with a large picture of Rihanna‘s brutally bruised and beaten face as a reminder of the actions of Brown two and a half years ago. According to Gawker, this person/these people are part of a larger group that wants the concert canceled. The posters that are being put all over town can be seen below (Warning: It’s still not easy to look at).
Sweden’s official Twitter account (which is run by a different citizen each week) posted the following statement: “In Stockholm people are showing their dislike that Chris Brown is coming to town by posting these posters.”
It’s things like this that make me believe in people. If this bastard can win Grammys two years after basically publicly beating a woman, and then show pretty much no remorse whatsoever, he deserves to have it shoved in his face every chance possible. You can see my own personal rant against Mr. Woman Beater right here.
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