Chris Brown haters tired of seeing Breezy's name and face all over the internet now have a way to block every mention of the singer from their view.
Rihanna has stated that she's forgiven Chris for beating her up back in 2009, but there are a lot of people who don't think that he deserves the continued success he has experienced after what he did. It doesn't help that the singer has been known to go on whiny Twitter rants, and some fans think that he's messing with Ri-Ri's emotions by keeping in contact with her while he's dating Karrueche Tran.
Getting a tattoo that looks like the beat-up face of a woman also did nothing to improve his image. Chris claims that the tattoo isn't supposed to represent his ex, but the ink is still an awful mistake.
Luckily those who don't want to see Breezy's new body art can block it from the web with "Brownout," a Google Chrome app created by a music blog that blocks Brown's name and face from the web. "Brownout" also sounds like an excellent name for Ri-Ri's next album.
According to Digital Spy, here's what the creator of the app said about it:
"If he wants to get a tattoo on his neck that kind of looks like Rihanna we are going to write about it. But at some point, it reaches Chris Brown idiocy saturation."
Similar apps have been created for other artists that people find annoying like Breezy's pal Justin Bieber (his app was called "Shaved Bieber") and Nickelback ("Nickelblock").
Ri-Ri recently told Oprah that she still loves Chris, and she even kissed her ex at the MTV VMAs. So perhaps she should really consider downloading the Brownout app in order to help her move on. It could also be helpful for her if an app was created that blocks mentions of Karrueche Tran since her name would automatically make Ri-Ri think of Chris.
So what do you think - will the Brownout app be a big hit?
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