Chris Brown throws fan's phone into the crowd after she keeps using it while on stage
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After giving a fan a lap dance on stage, Chris Brown launched their phone into the crowd - because it looked like she wasn't giving him her full attention.
The 33-year-old was filmed doing his signature dance on stage with a woman who did not look interested.
As a result, Brown chucked her smartphone into a sea of fans.
At each concert, the singer is known to pick out one lucky member of the crowd to perform an elusive lap dance on.
Currently performing at a sell-out tour in Berlin, Brown went through his 'seductive' routine to a woman that seemed more interested at looking at her phone, than the man grinding up and down her body.
As a result, Brown waited for what looked like the end of the dance, to pinch her phone and launch it straight into crowd, with a cheeky grin on his face.
Viewers have since been divided by the footage, with some people thinking the singer was bang out of order, while others could 'understand' why he did it.
One fan, who was on the woman's side, commented: “She literally paid for the ticket to see his show if she wants to record for the memory why not.”
Another said: “But he could hurt someone by throwing the phone.”
While a third wrote: "I'm sorry I would of [sic] got up of that chair and walked off he had no right whatsoever to do that.”
Not everyone was in agreement though, as someone else said: "It's his concert… he can do what he wants."
A second Brown-defender added: "As he should!!! Enjoy the moment girl, bask in it. You'll get the recordings from everyone else on TikTok no need to always record sheesh."
It's been 14 years since Brown's reputation was immediately tarnished when he physically assaulted his then girlfriend Rihanna after a pre-Grammys event in 2009.
More recently, Chloe Bailey was criticised, by some, for announcing that she was collaborating with the Brown.
"We're failing Black women in music if they feel like they have to collaborate with a known abuser in order to chart,” one said.
"It's 2023 and women still collaborating with Chris Brown," added another.
Tyla recently spoke to a number of Chris Brown fans who explained why he has remained so popular.
Supporter Cody Llewellyn, from London, said: "In regards to the allegations of Chris Brown that stem from 2009-2022 I would say are horrific to what actions he has took towards women.
"However, saying that, I do still listen to his music. I feel Chris brown as a person and Chris Brown as a music artist are two completely different scenarios.
"I am not agreeing to his actions, but if we continue to allow music to be streamed and played worldwide, knowing the allegations behind what he has done, how can we disagree when the media are still allowing his music to be broadcasted?"
Tyla has contacted a representative for Chris Brown for a comment.