Chris Brown’s friends are up to no good; chasing a man around a parking lot with a taser and harassing an elderly man inside a Subway restaurant.
The trouble started when the Subway worker informed the young men that they would have to pay a few cents extra to have more meat on their sandwiches.
According to FlameFlynet, after hearing about the extra charge, Brown’s friends began verbally attacking the lady until an elderly gentleman stepped in to put a stop to the disrespectful behavior.
Despite the man’s age, the group turned their attention to the peace maker and began bombarding him with rude jokes and heckling him until another younger gentleman intervened.
The group managed to get the younger man, who was dressed in a muscle shirt and sweatpants, outside into the parking lot where they began using “racial slurs” to taunt him.
Based on the size of the vigilante compared to Brown’s camp, it’s safe to say that they probably would have been quite embarrassed if a fight broke out between them and muscular bystander. Luckily, for them, Brown soon pulled up in his Lamborghini with his bodyguard in the passenger seat.
The bodyguard quickly hopped out of the “Don’t Wake Me Up” singer’s lavish car and chased the man around the parking lot with a taser until the police showed up.
Although it is uncertain if Brown’s bodyguard or friends received any punishment for their actions they certainly did expose a lot about themselves.
Apparently, the friends of Hollywood’s most famous women beater are not above threatening the elderly and then having a rather large bodyguard come finish their dirty work.
Momma always said “birds of a feather, flock together” and the “Don’t Judge Me” crooner is just proving that he hasn’t changed his ways whatsoever.
After the club brawl with Drake a few months ago, you would think Brown has put more consideration into who he decides to hang out with but perhaps the young star has fallen in love with the negative attention he is constantly getting from the press.
He certainly didn’t mind the negative publicity stunt of anti-domestic violence campaigners who plastered his CD’s with stickers which read, “WARNING: DO NOT BUY THIS ALBUM! THIS MAN BEATS WOMEN.”
Currently, the new stickers haven’t put stop to domestic violence, but they surely did a number on sales for Brown’s new Famous album… but not the way the campaigners intended.
“We were as surprised as anyone when the stickers appeared,” Brown’s rep released in a statement. “…I guess they got their point across pretty effectively – with widespread coverage around the world, though, by the same token, quite a few more people now know there’s a Chris Brown album out.”
Sales for the album have indeed seen a sudden increase since the sticker campaign broke out, proving once again that any publicity is good publicity.