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In just two weeks, Chris Brown was scheduled to play four concerts in Canada. Yesterday he pulled out of all them which has forced the promoter to cancel the shows in their entirety because he does not have a headliner any longer. Chris says that he hates to disappoint his fans, but now he will have the time to make more music so his fans can spend their money on that instead of seeing him. I'm sure they will love that. Of course Chris is lying about the reason he is pulling out. Ticket sales have not been great. Sponsors have pulled out. Protests were scheduled for at least two of the shows, and then there is the chance he would have another seizure if he gets on a plane and starts slamming down sizzurp.
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