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Chris Brown is set to perform in Sweden, but reports suggest that the singer is going to receive anything but happy cheers upon arrival.
Huffington Post reports that a group has gathered in order to protest the rappers upcoming Stockholm concert by posting photos of ex-girlfriend Rihanna’s bruised and battered face, photos printed for her 2009 attack.
According to Ajour.se's report, the protesters call for a cancellation of the concert due to Brown’s violent past.
This is not the first time a group has tried to ban Brown’s music. In September, a party in England plastered stickers across his album which read, “WARNING: Do Not Buy This Album! This Man Beats Women.”
The controversial couple raised eyebrows with Rihanna revealed that she worked with Brown to create her newest song, “Nobodies Business.”
However, despite speculation that this was Rihanna’s way of announcing that she and Brown were back together, in an interview this week she admitted that the two are not back together.