Chris Brown's actions keep holding him back!
The R&B star lost a lucrative deal with Apple Music to purchase the exclusive rights to his upcoming documentary after they learned about his latest assault!
According to inside sources, the deal was "taken off the table" after the company found out Breezy was caught up in another lawsuit for allegedly beating his manager Mike G earlier this year.
Ironically, the documentary was supposed to be a "redemption story," and briefly touching upon his infamous 2009 assault on then-girlfriend Rihanna.
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But the redemption isn't the only thing Brown will be missing out on — the singer was set to be paid a whopping $800K advance for the 12-16 license, but now he can Kiss Kiss all that money goodbye!
Brown has a hearing for the assault charge on November 29. While his doc Welcome To My Life doesn't have a release date yet, it's not hard to see why Apple wants to distance itself from the controversial performer at this time.
If there's one thing everyone loves, it's a good comeback story — but the troubled singer clearly has to learn how to control his temper before walking the path to redemption!
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