Las Vegas Club Bosses Call For Talks With Chris Brown To End Racism Dispute

(AllHipHop News) Bosses at a Las Vegas nightclub want to sit down with Chris Brown to end a feud which axed plans for a long-term residency.

Last September the 27-year-old singer signed up for a residency at Sin City’s Drai’s nightclub, a deal which saw him play a number of dates at the venue, reportedly with a view to a longer term arrangement.

However bosses at Drai’s axed any plans to book him for future performances due to concerns over his alleged behavior and reportedly demanded an apology from Chris due to a since deleted Instagram post which accused club staff of racism.

Now it seems the club executives are prepared to offer the R&B superstar an olive branch and have reached out to his management in a bid to mend their relationship.

“Drai’s has always taken great pride in its relationships with our incredibly talented resident and guest artists, including a successful partnership with Chris Brown,” a club spokeswoman tells the Las Vegas Sun. “However, recent events have raised concerns that will need to be addressed with Chris and his management before that relationship can continue to move forward.

“We have reached out accordingly and are waiting to hear back from his team. We remain open to sitting down with him to discuss the future.”

As well as his bust-up with nightclub bosses, the Loyal singer has also fallen out with his former management, including his ex-manager Mike G, who has filed a lawsuit alleging Chris attacked him without provocation earlier this year.

Last month Chris hit the headlines when abusive text messages sent to his then publicist Nicole Perna emerged.

She was subsequently fired.

The singer was also allegedly kicked out of a holiday home on the Spanish party island of Ibiza after causing thousands of dollars worth of damage.

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