Kelly Rowland Asks 2022 AMAs Crowd to ‘Chill Out’ After Chris Brown Win Elicits Boos
Although Chris Brown’s performance at the 2022 AMAs was postponed, he still managed to win, but the audience wasn’t having it. A mix of ap’plau’se and jeers greeted Kelly Rowland when she accepted the prize on Chris Brown’s behalf. The 33-year-old “Forever”
singer won Sunday night’s vote for favourite male R&B artist over Brent Faiyaz, Giveon, Lucky Daye, and The Weekend, although he was not present to accept the honour. There were app’lause from the audience as Brown was named the category winner by Rowland,
but there were also audible bo’o’ing. The performer has a long history of le’g’al issues, including nu’mer’ous ar*es’ts for as*au’lt and den’ials of r*pe alle’ga’tions. Rowland, 41, made a point to hold up a finger to the jeering cro’wd as she stated she would receive the award
on Brown’s behalf and remarked, “Excuse me. Calm down. The former member of Destiny’s Child added, “I want to thank Chris so much for crafting fantastic R&B music and I want to thank him for being an fantastic performer I will gladly accept this honour and give it to you.
and present it to you. I cherish you. Congratulations. One day after posting a lengthy Instagram video of himself practising for a performance that was primarily set to Michael Jackson music,
Brown announced his victory. The celebrity hinted that he had been scheduled to do the routine at the AMAs in the post’s comments, adding, It would have been the AMA performance, but they postponed it for an unspecified reason.
It’s still unknown if Brown had ever been scheduled to have a performance at the event. On Sunday evening, the 2022 AMAs will be broadcast live from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. A mix of appl’ause and jeers greeted Kelly Rowland when she accepted the prize on Chris Brown’s behalf.