Chris Brown Seeks ‘Clean Up Crew,’ John Legend Calls Incident ‘Awful’

Embattled R&B singer Chris Brown is reportedly seeking a crisis management team or what some might call a ‘clean up crew’ to somehow take control of his now worldwide decline. Covered by nearly every media outlet, including intense coverage by U.S. magazines PEOPLE and US Weekly since Sunday, Brown has a lot of ‘cleaning up’ to do if he’s going to survive this situation according to industry insiders. While Brown has remained mum since Sunday, sources with Much Music are claiming that the “Forever” singer is eying crisis specialists Alan Nierob and Howard Bragman, who notably assisted former Greys Anatomy star Isaiah Washington. Since Sunday, Chris Brown has suffered a serious backlash including the loss of endorsements and pulling of his music at radio. In related news, fellow Grammy winning R&B singer John Legend has called Brown and Rihanna’s much-discussed situation “awful”. Speaking with PEOPLE Friday, Legend said: “I feel terrible for both of them but if Chris did what they said he did, that’s unacceptable. He has to accept the consequences of it.”


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