Oh Breezy, you just don't know how to stay out of trouble, do you?!?
Chris Brown performed in Ghana last week, and even though we're dazzled by how much he got into his show, the Ghanaians are NOT feeling how he started smoking weed on-stage because he broke the country's public smoking laws.
Ever since the incident occurred, executive director of Perfector of Sentiments, Jonathan Osei-Owusu has taken a stand against the R&B singer and is stating that "he promoted an illegality" and should be prosecuted just like anyone else in Ghana would be.
The youth activist even created a petition so Brown can somehow face his criminal charges.
“He is on video to have encouraged the audience to take up arms against people who stand in their way to smoking weed. In our prisons, many are incarcerated for same.
The last two days, I have been with the police and an investigation has commenced. The police have moved swiftly and they are not leaving anything unturned.
The same way that America is fighting a drug menace, this is a call for them to see that one of their own has come to a country like Ghana–as much as we have struggled to maintain sanity and fight the drug menace– to break the law. The onus lies with the American government to team up with our security agency in Ghana to make sure Chris Brown faces the full rigors of the law.”
But before all this went down, Chris could care less about the laws in Ghana because he even got the crowd going by saying, “If anybody is tripping off ya’ll smoking weed, f*ck them. S*it, I got my blunt right here,” while a melody of weed-related tunes played in the background.
Breezy's behavior is certainly getting waaaaay out of control, and maybe he should pay for going against the law, but because he is who he is, we highly doubt he'll even care.
After all, his main squeeze Rihanna would've probably did the same thing! LOLz
Ch-ch-check out the clip (above) of Brown smoking away on some ganja!!
"My metabolism actually changed like crazy this year. I have Hashimoto's disease. It's a thyroid disease, and it's now been two years since taking the medication for it, so for the VS show I didn't want to lose any more weight, I just want to have muscles in the right place, and if my butt can get a little perkier, then that's good."