Chris Brown is a stripper now. Kind of.
During Chris Brown's Atlanta concert, he brought former Destiny's Child member Kelly Rowland on stage and gave her a lap dance she'll never forget.
Chris performed his song, "Wet The Bed" (Yes, that's actually the name of the song) and after Ludacris surprised audiences by appearing on stage for the rap verse, he pulled Kelly Rowland on the stage and laid her down on a bed set up on the stage. People were already screaming just because she walked on stage.
He then switched over to his song, "Take You Down" and that's when the strip tease began.
First he showed off his dance moves to the audience while Kelly laid on the bed on stage and cheered for him. Aww cute, thought Kelly. Then Brown took off his shirt (cue audience screaming) and gave Ms. Rowland a vertical lap dance, which was probably more embarrassing for her than awesome.
Then he returned to the stage, did a few body rolls, proving that Chris Brown could have a very lucrative career as a male stripper if music stopped working out, and then he put his microphone into his pants as the stage went to black. Wait, what?
That last part confuses me. Did he want his penis to sing? He takes off his shirt, gives a lap dance, and then stuffs his microphone into his pants? Is that a microphone in your pocket or are you just happy to see me? Oh, an actual microphone is in your pants? Ok.
Fast forward to 4:20 for the peep show.
In other Chris Brown news, his former girlfriend Rihanna has apparently gotten past that whole Chris-Brown-Beat-Me episode. She tells Esquire magazine that she's over it and she likes his new music.
"It was too much anger. I'm really excited to see the breakthrough he's had in his career," reveals Rihanna. Really? I guess if she's over it, we all can forgive him too?
Who am I kidding. Justin Bieber has embraced Chris Brown with open arms. And since Bieber is essentially a sugar plum fairy, if he's okay with Chris Brown that's the ultimate sign of pop forgiveness.
Rihanna continues, "It's incredible to see how he pulled out the way he did. Even when the world seemed like it was against him, you know? I really like the music he's putting out. I'm a fan of his stuff. I've always been a fan. I would never wish anything horrible for him. Never. I never have."