Chris Brown defends horny poses in photographs along with his VIP followers

When a fan buys a Chris Brown VIP bundle, that fan will get what they need. Not less than that’s the takeaway from new photographs displaying the R&B artist’s current one-on-one interactions with feminine followers.

Within the photographs, posted Monday on social media, Brown strikes boyfriend-style poses with a collection of ladies. In a single, he stands behind a lady and drapes his arms over her shoulders, smiling on the digicam along with his face half-buried in her hair.

In essentially the most sexual pose, the lady bends over in entrance of him, stands proud her tongue and flips off the digicam whereas Brown grabs her hips and presses his groin in opposition to her butt, biting his decrease lip.

“chris brown is taking M&G [meet-and-greet] pics to another level my man ain’t payin,” fan @hwloiza captioned the photos on Twitter, rapidly correcting that final phrase to “playin.” Freudian slip, maybe?

Brown seems to be actually pleased in all of the photographs, as if he’s having fun with taking part in round along with his followers. However whereas some have been referring to the encounters as meet-and-greets, the singer begged to vary.

In an Instagram Story the 33-year-old performer posted Tuesday, he stated he’s not really doing fan meet-and-greets nowadays, however fairly providing slightly want success for the individuals who assist him essentially the most. These are the parents who pay large bucks for a VIP expertise that features entry to Brown. There are a lot of VIP packages supplied at Brown’s exhibits, however not all embrace artist entry.

“PSA!!!! When artist (everyone) do concerts, they all have something called a VIP Package. I havent done meet and greets in over 7years…,” he wrote. “I have the coolest fans on the planet .. I appreciate the f— outta them. These are memories that will last with them forever.”

He defined the distinction between himself and different artists who he stated received’t even make eye contact with followers, a lot much less pose for photographs the place they seize their followers’ behinds.

“I only exist because these fans saw something in me I never thought was possible.. so Ima go all out for my fans!!!!,” Brown concluded.

Some followers have been fairly exuberant of their response to the photographs, with Twitter person @TheGirlUAdore saying in a pair of tweets, “Omg why didn’t I get meet and greet still kicking myself lol.”

“He looks like he’s in a happy and healthy relationship ship in each one of the photos,” person @eri_rozay wrote.

“I love him lmao I would pass out,” @sydbaebe tweeted, weighing in amongst responses that have been largely constructive.

And one other Twitter person shared an Instagram submit from final Thursday, the place leisure marketer Shane Martin wrote at size about Brown’s perspective towards his followers at a present the earlier night time in Hartford, Conn.

“I’ve operated hundreds and hundreds of meet & greets over the years and never have I ever seen an artist interact with the fans the way Chris Brown did. It was great!,” Martin wrote.

“Usually artists pose for the pic, maybe shake a hand or two and then say next, making the experience last about 20-30 seconds. But Chris Brown shook everyone’s hand, gave multiple hugs, signed multiple things, and took lots of very entertaining pictures with each person! He actually stood there and talked to each fan for 3-4 minutes.

“He asked their name, asked about their life, and so many other questions…,” Martin continued. “Everyone can have their thoughts about people but I just wanted to share what I saw from behind the scenes with Chris Brown. Lots of people had fun last night.”

Chris Brown’s One among Them Ones Tour with Lil Child hits Southern California later this month with exhibits Aug. 21 at FivePoint Amphitheatre in Irvine and Aug. 26 on the Kia Discussion board in Inglewood.

Then Brown’s rescheduled Indigoat Tour 2019 — that includes Tory Lanez, Ty Dolla Signal, Joyner Lucas and Yella Beezy — hits Area in downtown L.A. on Oct. 11.