Looks like warning stickers are not for songs alone!
Usually, when warning stickers are stuck to albums, it's about the lyrical content of the songs. But this isn't the case for R&B singer Chris Brown.
Apparently, a group of campaigners in the U.K. took it upon themselves to make sure that people who might
buy the artist's fifth studio album, Fortune,
would think twice before they actually buy it.
It's not yet clear how the campaign ...