Chris Brown's Camp Denies Fake Crying During MJ Tribute

Chris Brown's Camp Denies Fake Crying During MJ Tribute

Published July 2, 2010

As the debate over Chris Brown's Michael Jackson tribute continues, the singer's camp is denying that his emotional breakdown during "Man in the Mirror" was fake.

Rumors surfaced that Brown's bodyguard gave him "tear inducing eyedrops" before he hit the stage. This morning (July 1), Team Breezy countered by saying the singer was simply "moved by the opportunity to pay tribute to his idol."

While C. Breezy's Jackson-esque MJ tribute has received much praise since the BET Awards first aired this past Sunday (June 27), fans and critics have been debating on the sincerity of his breakdown. R&B singer Lloyd added fuel to the fire when he claimed to have told Brown he should cry during the tribute. He later recanted.

 

 

Written by Carl Chery, BET.com Staff

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