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Chris Brown settles feud with Atlanta Black Gay Pride promoters

Photo Credit: Chris Brown's Instagram (@chrisbrownofficial)
Photo Credit: Chris Brown’s Instagram (@chrisbrownofficial)

Chris Brown wasn’t winning any points with the LGBT community earlier this month when he was accused of being homophobic after he allegedly backed out of appearing at a Traxx Girls party during Atlanta’s Black Gay Pride weekend. Although Brown denied that he was even booked for the show, oddly enough, it’s been reported that he settled his beef with the LGBT party promoters with a payout.

As previously reported, Brown was supposed to make an appearance at the Georgia Freight Depot nightclub where 4,000 women were expected to show for a party sponsored by Traxx Girls, a lesbian-owned entertainment company. Brown wasn’t scheduled to perform, but he was supposed to introduce R&B singer Teyana Taylor, who is an opening act on his tour.

However, according to Melissa Scott, party promoter and founder of Traxx Girls, Brown failed to show up because he wasn’t happy that some gay men would be at the party, as well.

Brown fired back that he was never booked for the show, but The Georgia Voice reportedly confirmed that his team was messaging Scott about the appearance the night of the party.

But according to TMZ, Brown recently paid Traxx Girls for the no-show. Find out how much Brown will supposedly pay out, after the cut.

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