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Chris Brown leaves bodyguard in Bermuda, shouts at valet over $10

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Everyone should just leave Chris Brown alone, some say. He’s only a young musician trying to make a name for himself, they say. A young musician who apparently throws a bodyguard off his private plane and freaks out over a $10 valet charge, that is.

First up is the Bermuda Sun, which says Breezy threw off a bodyguard named Big Pat while on a layover on the island following a performance in Ghana. An unnamed source tells the paper Brown’s private jet was preparing to leave the island Wednesday after refueling. “Then there was a stall. The security guard got off first. He was standing outside talking to the pilot. Then Chris Brown and another guy came off,” the source said. “They had to come inside to Customs. They then went outside to have a cigarette. The security guard came inside and said he wasn’t getting back on the plane.”

Big Pat later left for New York’s JFK on a separate flight. But whatever, because for all we know, Breezy was headed for L.A. and Big Pat needed to see his sick mother. We’ll let that slide. Meanwhile, TMZ has a recording of Chris freaking out on a valet over a $10 fee. That’s a little more bizarre.

Brown was at Pinz Bowling Alley in Studio City, Calif., on Wednesday night for a charity event, but when he went outside to get his car, the valet had the nerve to ask for the $10 he was owed. Brown is shown flipping out on the guy and making it sound like he wouldn’t pay when his crew came out and said they were going to handle it.

“We gonna turn this whole thing on out,” Brown is heard saying, still whining about that Hamilton. He then got in his car and drove off in a fit. It wasn’t clear if anyone ever paid the valet, but it obviously wasn’t a good day for Breezy. Maybe he was just unhappy Big Pat wasn’t with him.



[Last modified: Thursday, March 7, 2013 3:43pm]

    

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