Keke Palmer Says The Game Needs Chris Brown: "Music Would Not Be The Same Without Your Influence"
R&B singer Keke Palmer might be Chris Brown's number one fan. The crooner/actress dished out her love for Breezy on social media this week.
Keke went to Instagram Monday (September 12) and talked about the influence of Chris on the music biz.
Weekend reports claimed Chris would take serious precautions when hosting parties after recently getting dragged into a gun threat arrest.
Our Chris sources tell us he's now enforcing a strict guest policy at his Calabasas mansion - and letting everyone in his crew know he's as serious as death ... no more randoms allowed. We told he's pulling back on parties for starters, but there's this problem with his 2 roommates/best friends. They now have to submit a guest list to Chris IN WRITING, and they must describe who they are with sufficient details so he can decide whether he wants them in his home. (TMZ)
A few days prior, music producer Scott Storch sent out some words of wisdom to Chris.
Last week, hip-hop mogul Master P also came to Brown's defense following a recent arrest on a gun threat accusation.
"They asked me what I think about Chris Brown," P said in a new viral video. "I like the little homie. All the money you got, man, pay for you and 'No' man and get rid of some of these 'Yes' men. If I was your big homie, I would have brought the same ol' faithful broad to you every time, just change the wig. You don't need all the new people around you. I don't care if you're an athlete or or entertainer, man, you're going to spend more money on lawyer fees. Get you a real OG, somebody that's about something real and will tell you something and teach you something and be able to tell you 'No' sometimes. Sometimes you just gotta be able to say 'No' to your homies. ... It's going to cost you more in lawyer fees. Get rid of some of them trashy broads. That broad remind me of the one Kobe had in Colorado. Trash man."
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