RCA Records, Drop Chris Brown!

  • by: Care2 Team
  • recipient: Peter Edge, CEO of RCA Records
Update: Interscope Records has responded to the original Care2 petition urging the company to drop Chris Brown's label, CBE. Interscope clarified that while the company contracted with Brown in 2007, the company no longer has an active contract with Brown. The Care2 petition campaign now seeks to have Brown dropped from his main label, RCA.

Singer Chris Brown was just caught in another physical abuse controversy after photos were released of him physically harassing a woman in Miami. The pictures clearly show him choking her while another woman attempted to intervene.

Brown's response to the situation was unapologetic and he continues to show no remorse for his actions. He jokes about the situation and claims he was just "playing". He also said he has, "no need to defend himself" and even thanks the media for publicity. His denial of the situation is really disturbing.

Brown is a dangerous man with a history of domestic violence and should not be joking about harassing women. In 2009, he brutally assaulted Rihanna and then never went to jail after he got away with a plea deal — sending a horrible message to young men and abuse survivors.

Rihanna, has even spoken up about the new photos, saying she felt let down by Brown. Telling Hollywood Life, "It's just a bad look — period." After everything they went through, she's disappointed that he'd even "play around like that."

Brown's dangerous history of violence against women has gone ignored for far too long. Brown is a threat to women and needs to be held accountable for his actions. Tell RCA Records to stop supporting a domestic abuser and drop Chris Brown immediately.
Update #26 months ago
Chris Brown was involved in another abusive episode. A woman has sued Chris Brown after being raped at his home. She was given drugs, had her phone taken away, and then assaulted by guests at Chris Brown's home while he was there. We need to keep demanding this man is dropped from his record label. He doesn’t deserve professional success.
Update #17 months ago
Interscope Records has responded to the original Care2 petition urging the company to drop Chris Brown's label, CBE. Interscope clarified that while the company contracted with Brown in 2007, the company no longer has an active contract with Brown. The Care2 petition campaign now seeks to have Brown dropped from his main label, RCA.
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