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Africans Want Chris Brown Extradited To Ghana For Breaking The Law During A Concert

Chris Is In Trouble Again

March 16. 2013 

Warning: Contains Explicit Language

Promoters in Ghana, Africa generously paid singer Chris Brown $1,000,000 to perform on stage during a big concert held in their nation this month. It was quite the payday for Brown, as his concert dates and those of his contemporaries usually do not guarantee him anywhere near said financial figure (usually paid between $50,000 to $200,000 per show depending on the promoter and venue).

Chris Brown

But symbolic of the chaos, turmoil and dysfunction in his life, Brown offended the people of Ghana by going on stage and smoking marijuana, while uttering profanity in encouraging people of the African nation to do drugs as well. It's a mystery why he did this in the motherland. That isn't even legal in America and Brown knows better. You can't even do that on stage in my home country (Jamaica) and people think we invented weed (we didn't, people - let it go, LOL).


Chris Brown to face trial in Ghana over 'promoting illegality'?

Published Friday, Mar 15 2013, 1:55am EDT - People in Ghana are allegedly calling for Chris Brown to be deported to the country in order to face prosecution. Some Ghanaians are stating that the 'Don't Wake Me Up' singer flouted the country's no public smoking laws after he appeared to endorse the smoking of marijuana on stage during a gig last week.

In footage posted on YouTube, Brown is seen asking the crowd: "How many of you all smoke weed?", to which the crowd cheer. He then adds: "S**t, I got my blunt right here." According to Radio.com, Ghanaian youth activist Jonathan Osei-Owusu claims that Brown "promoted an illegality". He continued: "You can see from the video, and yet he was let go free."




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