At one of the HMVs in London, a Chris Brown hater threw yards of shade at him by throwing a warning label on his album “Fortune.” The warning label should’ve read “WARNING: This shit music will make you feel like you’ve been punched in the ear drums,” but instead it tells customers to not support a lady beater by buying his CD. Gigwise (via ONTD) thinks a group of anti-domestic violence activists came up with this pricelessness and also slapped these stickers on other Fist Brown albums at other HMVs around London. Fist Brown hasn’t responded to this, but when he does, I’m sure it’ll look something like this: ARRRRGHHHARGGGGGHHHHHARRRRRGHHH!
I’m all for this, because I’m all for warning labels being on everything. We don’t have enough warning labels in this world. This same label should be on every Sean Penn movie and ever DVD with Charlie Sheen in it. There should also be a label on every Ke$hit CD warning you that listening to that mess will make you want to cut your ears off with a dull kitchen knife. There should be a label on every True Blood DVD warning you that looking at a shirtless ASkars might force you to run to the nearest Ikea to hump on a plate of Swedish meatballs. There should be a label on this site warning you that if you read at least one post, brain cells will trickle out of your nose and you’ll suddenly have an unnatural craving for dick cheese. Warning labels on everything!