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Friday, 21 September 2012 16:18
Chris Brown is said to be glad that his Fortune album was targeted by anti-domestic violence campaigners as it helped publicise the album.
The 'Turn Up The Music' singer is said to be glad with the publicity sticker stunt that warned people not to buy his new album.
"We were surprised as anyone when the stickers appeared," said a respresenative for the 23-year-old was quoted as saying by Contact Music.
"I guess they got their point across pretty effectively - with widepsread coverage around the world, by the same token, quite a few more people no know there's a new Chris Brown album out," they added.
Last weekend, the 'Beautiful People' singers' Fortune album was stickered with, "Warning; Do Not Buy This Album! This Man Beats Women" by a group of anti-domestic violence activists, it was suspected.
Sounds like that sticker stunt only helped the star.
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