Chris Brown Is Being Sued For Playing Keep-Away With A Fan's Hat
He's a bully cliché.
Can you imagine Chris Brown being your biggest hero? If so, you deserve to have your hat stolen by laughing security guards, because dude is a jackass. One fan named Marq Stevenson attended a Chris Brown concert in Dallas last year, and now he’s suing the singer for the cost of his hat and emotional distress.
Stevenson says he passed his hat to someone in Brown’s entourage, seeking a signature from his fav musician. The hat was never returned and he alleges that he was bullied by Brown’s crew. His lawsuit demands $25 for the hat, $225 for his floor seat ticket, and $2,500 for his hurt feelings. That’s a lot of money for being embarrassed, but I am still on his side. I get pissed off when the barista teases me about how much milk I put in my coffee. I paid three dollars for this cup of joe, and I’ll make it as creamy as I want! If I pay $225 for a concert ticket, I expect either a polite rejection or an autograph, not a couple of beefy dudes tossing my cap back and forth over my head until I cry.
The Hat has no comment at this time.
But where is The Hat? Is this The Hat?
Could this be The Hat?
Is the hat Chris Brown is wearing when he allegedly had a photographer beaten up The Hat?
Until The Hat comes forward it’ll be difficult to say if there’s anything to these allegations. One things for sure—Chris Brown has a lot of hats.