Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Chris Brown's problem isn't short stocking

Last night, we heard how Chris Brown was angry that shops weren't stocking his record.

He should have kept his mouth shut, as his whining has just led to throwing a bright light on how many unwanted copies of his album are floating around: 400,000 copies of the record have been released to stores. Despite the best expectations being 175,000 copies.

And, erm, despite him only managing to sell 100,000. Perhaps he's now going to turn up complaining that people don't have copies of his record in their homes.