Chris Brown gave a fan a lap dance onstage during a performance on his European tour last week.
Breezy was at the 3Arena in Dublin, Ireland over the weekend and brought a lucky a fan out while performing “Take You Down” from his 2007 Exclusive LP. The girl sat on a chair as Brown sung and danced around her, before taking things a step further and moving onto her lap.
The moment was posted all across TikTok, with the girl reposting the clip on Instagram herself with the caption: “That’s me @chrisbrownofficial.”
Others took to the comments section to share their envy, writing: “I am so so jealous but so happy for you” and: “Aaaa Congrats, you just made every CB fan’s dream come true.”
Chris Brown shared a post on Instagram over the weekend praising his two shows in Dublin, writing in the caption: “DUBLIN WAS AMAZING! Love y’all.”
Breezy’s sultry Dublin set comes after he joined the millions of viewers around the world who tuned into Rihanna’sperformance during the Super Bowl LVII halftime show.
Brown, who notoriously assaulted RiRi when they were together in 2009, championed his ex-girlfriend’s long-awaited onstage comeback by writing: “Go girl” along with a heart emoji on his Instagram Stories.
The 33-year-old ruled out any chance of gracing the Super Bowl stage himself, though, citing his issues with the “American media.”
“Never shawty. America media AINT FA me. Rather be where I’m welcomed,” he wrote in an Instagram comment in response to a fan who asked him when he’ll be doing his own halftime show.
Chris Brown’s Under the Influence Tour will continue in London on Tuesday (February 14), before heading to Glasgow, Paris, Berlin, Munich, Amsterdam and other cities across Europe before the end of March.
Despite his vast experience on the road, Breezy admitted last year that he still gets nervous about performing.
“I still get nervous,” he told Big Boy ahead of his joint tour with Lil Baby. “I’m anxious about it, I have sleepless nights. I’m thinking of ideas. Because it’s the excitement, it’s adrenaline, it’s like a give and take. If you don’t understand that… you know energy, you can feel energy.
“Like, when I get in work mode or thinking about it, I’m also just putting it in my mind, ‘How are the fans gonna perceive this?’ And say you know what, ‘I didn’t waste my money coming to this muthafucka. I actually had a good time,’ you know what I’m saying?”
He added: “So there’s a lot that goes into that. I just don’t plot it out and say, ‘Look, we have to do this.’ But it’s something internally that I work on.”