Chris Brown Claims AMAs Cancelled His Tribute to Michael Jackson

Chris Brown says his tribute to Michael Jackson was cancelled by AMAs and he is “not sure why”

[Photo Credit: The Guardian]

Chris Brown’s performance at Sunday’s American Music Awards has reportedly been cancelled last minute according to TMZ.

“Chris Brown says he was supposed to put on a big tribute to Michael Jackson during the AMAs this weekend- but claims honchos pulled the plug last minute out of nowhere”, says the report.

On Saturday, the singer posted a lengthy video of him in a dance rehearsal with a team, in which he was performing MJ-inspired moves to the late singer’s hit songs like “Beat it”, “Wanna Be Starting Something”, “Thriller” and “Billie Jean”.

The performance would have celebrated the 40th anniversary of Jackson’s best-selling album “Thriller” which includes all of the songs he rehearsed to.

Initially, he captioned the video, “U Serious?” before later commenting “WOULDVE been the ama performance but they cancelled me for reasons unknown.” Fans have since been commenting, asking why his performance was cancelled.

The AMAs haven’t responded to Chris’s cancelation claims. @chrisbrownofficial @amas

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