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May 19, 2011  | by: Virginia Van de Wall

Chris Brown



The seemingly always controversial artist Chris Brown, has made quite the comeback in the R&B world with his latest album, F.A.M.E. Taking the lead in nominations for the 2011 BET Awards with six nods, Brown is going against the likes of Lil’ Wayne with five nominations, as well as Kayne West, Drake and Rihanna with four.

Brown will be up against his ex, Rihanna, in two categories: Viewers’ Choice and Best Collaboration.  For the latter category, Brown is nominated twice with “Look at Me Now” and “Deuces” going against Rihanna’s duo with Drake, “What’s My Name.”

Brown is also up for Best Male R&B Artist, Video of The Year for “Look at Me Now” and Best Actor for his role in “Takers.”

Though Brown has made a comeback with his music, I think his personality will be tarnished for quite a while. I mean, come on…throwing a chair through a window because you were asked about a sexual assault you previously committed…really Chris Brown?

I’m hoping Rihanna walks up to podium to make her acceptance speech for both categories her and Brown are competing in. I’m all for girl power (I wouldn’t mind seeing Nicki Minaj win either).

Check out Brown’s video “Look At Me Now” that is up for four nominations.

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