Chris Brown's Crimes Got Him Banned From 2 Countries
Chris Brown is a talented dancer, actor, rapper, and songwriter, who rose to fame in the early 2000s. Brown, who many critics compared to Michael Jackson early in his career due to his graceful dance moves, has been involved in a plethora of legal disputes and feuds. From assaulting Rihanna to a series of traffic incidents, Brown has been in trouble quite often. His activities reached a fever pitch in 2010 after he was reportedly banned from two countries.
How did Chris Brown become famous?
Chris Brown was born in Virginia in 1989, according to IMDb. Brown became interested in music from an early age and spent many childhood afternoons listening to soul and gospel music on the radio. He taught himself how to sing and dance, and began performing in his local church choir. By the age of thirteen, Brown was discovered by a record producer, who encouraged him to begin writing and recording songs.
Brown released his debut self-titled album in 2005, and right away, started enjoying commercial success. The album was a critical hit as well, and fans around the world praised Brown for his vocal talent and range. Over the next several years, Brown’s star continued to rise, and his fame only increased after the release of songs such as “Gimme That,” “Wall to Wall,” and “I Can Transform Ya.” Still, as Brown made his mark on the music industry, his personal life (and his reputation) started taking a hit.
Chris Brown has been in legal trouble many times
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