Chris Brown's team blames "nonstop negativity" for the singer's recent seizure

Chris Brown's team blames "nonstop negativity" for the singer's recent seizure

Chris Brown’s team is blaming “nonstop negativity” for the singer’s reported seizure last week. Brown allegedly suffered the seizure Friday morning at around 1 a.m., prompting someone on staff at the Record Plant recording studio in Los Angeles to call 911. Brown refused treatment from EMTs when they arrived, and later tweeted that “they won’t love u until u r a memory…”—ostensibly referring to both his health scare and his recent threat that he would quit making music

Brown’s team is blaming not only that “nonstop negativity” for the non-epileptic seizure, but also Brown’s “intense fatigue and extreme emotional stress” due to the “continued onslaught of unfounded legal matters.” Brown spent a little time in an L.A. prison last week, over a probation violation stemming from a May hit-and-run incident. 

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