Chris Brown's Reps Say Fake Tears Rumors are "Completely Untrue"

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Many thought Chris Brown's career was over after his incident last year, some fans no longer supported him and radio stations stopped playing anything with his name on it, which is why many speculate that his tearful Michael Jackson tribute... 000_000_467_cbrown

Many thought Chris Brown's career was over after his incident last year, some fans no longer supported him and radio stations stopped playing anything with his name on it, which is why many speculate that his tearful Michael Jackson tribute performance on the BET Awards last Sunday was orchestrated in hopes of reviving his career.

But his reps say those accusations are "completely untrue."

This is a response to a witness who told Us Weekly that they saw Chris use "
tear-inducing eye drops" before his performance in order to win over the crowd. "He rubbed it in and he started crying," the witness claims.

That's not the only reason why those tears were speculated. Lloyd, famed by his hit single "BedRock," says he told Chris Brown, "Man, you gotta get up there. You gotta cry, you gotta really show your heart to the world."

Later the singer took to his blog to write:

"I consider Chris a friend. He's been through a lot in the past couple years. I never told him to go onstage and cry. We spoke recently, and I told him as a friend that people hadn't really seen him be vulnerable about his situation last year. I thought he was holding back and needed to let that emotion out. Him crying at the BET Awards was real, I could feel it."

What do you think?



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