Kelly Rowland tells booing crowd to ‘chill out’ after Chris Brown wins AMA Superbike title
On a Friday night in Austin, Texas, a crowd of 250 boos Chris Brown after he wins the AMA Superbike Championship in his home state.
The former Miss Universe has had his fair share of public flogging over the years.
In 2011, his antics caused the city to declare a state of emergency and put extra police on standby to deal with the incident after he was arrested for allegedly attacking a police officer.
Earlier this year, Brown became the first person to ever win the prestigious award in three successive years after winning the title at the first race of the 2014 season.
He also gave himself a huge nickname, which has turned into a byword for some of the worst-dressed men in the country.
The crowd at the Austin Motor Speedway in Texas at the end of 2013 was a little more civil when Brown walked through to accept his award than on the night before.
But it didn’t take long for the booing to begin after Chris Brown stepped on the track with the race winner’s trophy. He then took a few more steps to the podium, where he was surrounded by a sea of yellow and blue balloons, and received a standing ovation from the crowd.
The crowd cheered at a few other moments during the race, and the cheers didn’t stop once Brown took his bow on the podium.
When the race was finished, Brown was the only person to come back out onto the track and take a bow as he accepted his trophy and was given a full and respectful standing ovation.
Later, Brown said: “I’m so humbled and so grateful. I’ve been working on this for a long time now, and the fact that it’s on my home state, with the people of Austin who support me so much, it’s just an incredible feeling”.
He added: “I know I can’t possibly explain that feeling. I don’t even know how to describe it. I can’t even wrap