Much has been said about Chris Brown since he physically abused Rihanna before the 2009 VMAs. Some call for his retirement from music, while others insist that Brown should be forgiven. It seems that one UK retailer is of the former opinion, because they have been selling copies of Brown’s album that feature an announcement stating that he beats women.
Most advisory labels are directed towards parents who want to protect their children from vulgar language or themes. This one, however, is aimed at the general public. It’s likely that these were put on the CDs by anti-domestic violence groups. Nonetheless, the HMV stores don’t seem to have pulled them from shelves. But the label apparently didn’t do much damage, because “despite negative reviews, Fortune, which was released in late June, debuted at number one on the album sales charts both in the UK and here in the US.” [via Gawker]
What do you think of these stickers?