Chris Brown performs "Loyal" during the 2014 BET Awards in Los Angeles, California June 29, 2014.
Chris Brown performs "Loyal" during the 2014 BET Awards in Los Angeles, California June 29, 2014. Reuters/Mario Anzuoni

Trouble supposedly seems to follow Chris Brown and his crew every time he holds a performance in one of Hollywood's clubs. Another shooting incident happened during his recent show, and LAPD officials have supposedly already asked club owners to blacklist the singer.

One official told TMZ that's "it's a headache" for the LAPD every time Chris Brown and his crew shows up. They reportedly already anticipate what's going to happen where his crew is involved. "When Brown and his people show, we know what's going to happen," the official said.

According to the report, they believe it's not the singer himself that's causing the trouble but his entourage. TMZ said their "cop sources say they believe this is all about Brown's entourage." The cops claimed someone always ends up getting hurt and bleeding wherever they go.

Thus, the LAPD has allegedly already spoken privately to club owners and tried to "pressure" them into blackinglisting Chris Brown and his crew. However, as per TMZ, the owners wouldn't consider putting off the singer from doing a show since his performance makes a lot of money.

According to People magazine, five people were shot near a San Jose, California nightclub where the singer was performing in the early hours of Sunday morning, Jan 11. According to Albert Morales, a spokesman for the San Jose Police Department, Chris Brown was hosting a private birthday party when the shooting started. It's believed the incident happened while the singer was in the middle of singing "Loyal," when gunshots were heard following an altercation.

As per BBC, a Vine video has been circulated documenting the incident. Prior to the gunshots, Brown was allegedly seen in the video looking at something going on in the crowd. After which, the shots were heard. The singer was immediately led away by the guards after he was seen wincing. However, it's believed Chris Brown was unharmed from the incident. The pop star reportedly took to his Twitter account shortly after and told his fans "I'm 100" to confirm he was uninjured. However, the tweet has since been deleted.

As for the victims, they are all expected to survive. According to TMZ, the police are still investigating the motive for the shooting. Several people were reportedly detained but no arrest was made since no one would give any information regarding the incident. Chris Brown has reportedly not been accused of starting the violence that happens during his club performances.

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