Chris Brown Is NOT Happy People Don't Seem to be Buying His Album


Chris Brown Royalty Fans Not Buying Album

Chris Brown’s new album ‘Royalty’ is expected to sell 125-135k copies (150-160k including streams) in its first week of release in the United States.

While that’s a pretty decent number by today’s R&B standards, Chris feels he should be selling more and has taken to social media to chastise his ‘fans’.

First, he posted and deleted the following tweet on Instagram:

If you missed it, Chris dropped his album down to $4.99 for a limited time to boost sales.

Then, Chris went on a bit of a rant this morning on Twitter calling out ‘fake fans’ and asking for support.

No shade, but Chris has no one to blame but his team. Let’s not forget he released a 30+ track mixtape the week before his album. Plus, he released a good 4-5 songs from the album before it hit anyone’s shelves.

You can’t expect people to buy the cow when you’re giving away the milk for free!

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