American Music Awards cancelled Chris Brown plan of tribute to Michael Jackson
The American Music Awards cancelled his planned tribute to Michael Jackson and so Chris Brown expressed his anger over this.
Brown told his Instagram followers that his planned performance to honor Michael Jackson was nixed by the American Music Awards.
Chris Brown would have begun the tribute with “Under the Influence” .
He was said to emulate many of the famed dance scenes that Jackson made household works of art.
It included segments from “Beat It,” “Wanna Be Starting’ Somethin’,” “Billie Jean” and the title track, “Thriller.”
Chris Brown was not present at the award show, but he received a shoutout from former Destiny’s Child singer Kelly Rowland.
Kelly Rowland accepted an award on his behalf and said, “Chris Brown is not here tonight, so I’m accepting this award on his behalf… I want to tell Chris, thank you so much for making great R&B music, and I want to tell him thank you for being an incredible performer.
A Instagram user responded to this by commenting, , “I’m upset, the last time he performed at any awards show was at least 5 years ago.
How dare they not let him perform. He is carring R&B on his back. It’s like he cannot win. His talent is unmatched.