Chris Brown brought back home a success at the 2022 AMAs, inciting boos from the group and a statement of help from moderator Kelly Rowland.
The “Until the end of time” vocalist, 33, beat down Brent Faiyaz, Giveon, Fortunate Daye and The Weeknd to win most loved male R&B craftsman Sunday night, yet was absent to acknowledge his honor. At the point when Brown was reported as the champ of the class by Rowland, discernible boos could be heard from the group in the midst of cheers.
The performer has a long history of legitimate difficulty, including different captures for attack and allegations of assault, which he has denied.
As Rowland, 41, said she would acknowledge the honor for Earthy colored’s benefit, she tried to hold a finger up to the booing swarm, saying, “Excuse me. Relax.”
“I need to tell Chris thank you kindly for making extraordinary R&B music and I need to let him know thank you for being a mind blowing entertainer,” the Predetermination’s Kid alum said.
“I’ll take this honor, carry it to you. I love you. Congrats.”
Kelly Rowland Asks 2022 AMAs Crowd to ‘Chill Out’ After Chris Brown Win Elicits Boos https://t.co/zznYfETJpx
— MSN (@MSN) November 21, 2022
The success came one day after Brown shared an extensive video on Instagram that highlighted him practicing for a presentation generally set up with a good soundtrack by Michael Jackson.
In the remarks segment of the post, the star suggested that he’d been set to play out the daily schedule at the AMAs, expressing, “WOULDVE been the ama execution however they dropped me for some mysterious reason.” It stays hazy assuming Brown was at any point really scheduled to perform at the show.
The 2022 AMAs are circulating live Sunday night from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.