Some Swedes don't want Breezy in town for performance.
While many American fans are getting used to seeing Chris Brown and Rihanna back together as friends, the Swedish have not forgotten the 2009 domestic violence incident between the two. @Sweden, the country's official Twitter account, which is run by a different citizen every week, posted a recent picture of a sign nearby the Ericsson Globe in Stockholm, where Brown is booked to do a show on November 19.
The poster displays TMZ's infamous leaked photo of Rihanna's bruised and battered face after that tragic night when Brown assaulted her. The group behind the visual protest remains unidentified, but want the concert cancelled.
This isn't the first time Europeans have shown post-incident disdain for Breezy. In England, the star's latest album, Fortune, was vandalized with stickers saying "Chris Brown beats women. Enough said."
Rihanna is reportedly receiving heat as well from her inner circle, as the couple is rumored to be back together. Her friendship with Katy Perry is reportedly under strain and some of her fans still are not happy that she's so "unapologetic" about their rekindled romance.
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(Photo: Twitter/Stockholm @Sweden)