Chris Brown’s Fortune album may not be the most attractive option to buy at HMV stores in London these days.
While the album is adored in the U.S., it’s been tainted with “advisory labels” in the UK, showing they certainly aren’t shy to come at Chris about his past with ex-girlfriend Rihanna.
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The labels state “Do Not Buy This Album. This Man Beats Women,” and are placed right over Chris’ face on the cover.
There’s no confirmation as to who put the labels on the album, but according to Gigwise, it’s most likely from anti-domestic violence activists.
While there have been negative reviews of the album, Fortune debuted at number one in the UK and the US. Chris is still winning!
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It seems like whoever put the stickers up should just let the fans decide for themselves on whether or not they want to buy the album.
Whille Rihanna has clearly forgiven her ex, it looks like some folks haven’t. Hopefully the HMV store can clear up these labels soon.
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