Sweden Protests Chris Brown Concert by Posting Pictures of Rihanna Battered and Bruised
Three and a half years after Chris Brown plead guilty to beating Rihanna the night before the 2009 Grammys, it appears he's still feeling a considerable amount of backlash in Europe.
A few months ago, his new album Fortune was tagged with a "WARNING: Do Not Buy This Album! This Man Beats Women!" sticker at a record store in the UK. While the stickers were removed, the sentiment certainly didn't go unnoticed and made a considerable amount of headlines.
Just today it was reported that angry Rihanna fans are rioting against his scheduled Nov. 19 concert in Stockholm. Photos of Rihanna beaten and bruised have been plastered around the city, and those responsible would like the performance canceled.
So far the concert still stands, but the question remains: will the world ever forgive and forget his 2009 assault case?
As reported today, Rihanna think he's "pretty dope" and earlier this year cried to Oprah Winfrey saying that after his violent attack on her, she worried he wouldn't get the help he needs.