Chris Brown's image is having the worst week ever. This weekend copies of his new album Fortune were seen defaced with advisory stickers warning people not to buy the record because he "beats women" at UK HMV music stores. This week, Canadian television station AUX has created an app that can block all mentions of Chris Brown from your browsing experience.
The channel's blog boasts that the browser plugin, called "Chris Brownout," will allow you to erase Rihanna's ex from the entire Internet. Yes, the whole of the World Wide Web! When you do search the Brown online, any mention of his name is blocked out. Simple as that.
The application is only available for the Google Chrome browser, so If you're looking to deliver yourself from the singer's over exposure, download it and make your way to Chrome store to purchase the potential sanity-saving app.
What do you think about the current Chris Brown backlash? Will you download the app?