Why Did the AMAs Cancel Chris Brown’s 2022 Performance?

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Why Did the AMAs Cancel Chris Browns 2022 Performance

On Sunday, Nov. 20, Chris took home the win for Favorite Male R&B Artist. In his absence from the AMAs, his longtime friend, Kelly Rowland, shared a few words. “Now, Chris Brown is not here tonight so I’m accepting this award on his behalf,” she said.

Immediately following the announcement, Chris was booed by the audience — though, Kelly quickly tried to shut them down.

“Excuse me … chill out,” she told audience members. “I want to tell Chris thank you so much for making great R&B music. And I want to tell him thank you for being an incredible performer.”

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