Chris Brown BANS BLACK WOMEN From His London VIP Party … Only White & Latinas!! (Watch)

Chris Brown is coming under fire again. According to multiple reports, Chris reportedly banned Black women from entering his VIP party in London last night, Media Take Out is hearing.

The Run It singer, 33, from Virginia, was reportedly ‘banned’ from Great Britain after he was convicted of assaulting Rihanna. But after a bit of legal wrangling, he’s been allowed to return in a highly anticipated concert which will be for his first solo UK tour since 2010.

And the entire UK has been coming out to see him perform at stadiums across the country.

Well last night, Media Take Out learned that Chris held a VIP party in a London nightclub. The club was filled with celebrities, and Chris and his friends. And the bouncers at the door had strict rules, NO BLACK GIRLS ALLOWED.

Here are a group of women, who were not allowed in. The women claim that they watched as dozens of White and non-Black girls were allowed in, while the Black ones were told to leave. And the women ALL had VIP passes too.


Chris Brown has sold over 197 million records worldwide, making him one of the world’s best-selling music artists. He is also one of the highest-grossing African American touring artists of all time. Brown has the most Billboard Hot 100 entries of any male singer in history; as well as the most top 40 hits of any R&B singer in history. Brown was also ranked third on Billboard’s top R&B/Hip-Hop artists of the 2010s decade chart, behind Drake and Rihanna in first and second, respectively. Throughout his career, Brown has won several awards, including a Grammy Award, eighteen BET Awards, four Billboard Music Awards, and fourteen Soul Train Music Awards. Brown has also pursued an acting career. In 2007, he made his on-screen feature film debut in Stomp the Yard, and appeared as a guest on the television series The O.C. Other films Brown has appeared in include This Christmas (2007), Takers (2010), Think Like a Man (2012), and Battle of the Year (2013) and She Ball (2020).

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