Thursday, February 23, 2012

Convicted Felon Chris Brown Asked Michael Jackson's Daughter to Be in His Next Music Video: report

We're not sure how true this is, but according to Mike Walker over at the National Enquirer, convicted felon Chris Brown (CFCB) -- who was convicted of, and remains on probation for, beating the crap of Miss Fenty in 2009 -- asked Paris Jackson (the 13-year-old daughter of the late Michael Jackson) to appear in his next music video. She was "deliriously happy at the offer," but her grandmother, Katerine Jackson put the kibosh on that dream. Real quickly. "[Paris'] excitement turned sour when Katherine nixed the entire idea," a Jackson insider says. "[Katherine] doesn't feel that Brown is a good influence. She allows her granddaughter to be fan, and lets her attend his concerts, but she draws the line at Paris working side by side with him." (Sidebar: The folks over at TMZ are reporting that Miss Fenty and CFCB are thisclose to rekindling their relationship, but their friends are trying to keep them apart. Miss Fenty's family have already co-signed on the couple getting back together because he only beat the crap of her, because she asked for it.

In CFCB Temper-tantrum News: He's facing a robbery accusation on Miami Beach, where he has been vacationing for the past few days. According to police, CFCB and rapper Tyga were leaving the Cameo nightclub on Miami Beach after 4am on Feb. 19th when a fan followed him outside to his car. When CFCB got into his black Bentley, Christal Shanae Spann pulled out her iPhone and took a picture of him sitting in the car. Christal told police CFCB got angry, reached through his car window and snatched the phone from her hands and yelled: “Bitch, you ain’t going to put that on no Web site.” He then rolled up his window and drove away with her iPhone. At least he didn't hit her. He must've learned that much in anger management classes, right? There's no word yet what happened to the phone. No official charges have been filed. (Tyga was not implicated.) Sidebar: We highly doubt CFCB will be charged. The DA will either suddenly decide this case is not chargeable or CFCB will pay off Christal to make her (and this case) go away.

UPDATE: Here's video of Christal reporting the incident to police.

sources: National Enquirer, Mar. 5, print edition | WFOR

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