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Chris Brown trashes band Chvrches as 'type of people I wish walked in front of a speeding bus'


Lauren Mayberry, Martin Doherty, and Iain Cook, the members of Chvrches, got wind of this and decided to speak out, given Brown and Tyga’s history.


In 2018, the singer was one of three people sued by another woman, who claimed she was raped multiple times in his California home in February 2017.


Tyga settled a sexual assault lawsuit against him in 2015 for a reported $50,000; Allison Brown claimed, for the rapper’s 2011 “Make It Nasty” music video, she was supplied with alcohol and later dry humped by someone in a yellow rabbit costume and groped by another man.


Tyga’s manager told TMZ the rapper reached out to O’Malia, who allegedly claimed she was 17, for a potential project through his record label.


“We are really upset, confused, and disappointed by Marshmello’s choice to work with Tyga and Chris Brown,” Chvrches said in a joint statement, published to the band’s Twitter page on Thursday.


“We like and respect Mello as a person but working with people who are predators and abusers enables, excuses, and ultimately tacitly endorses that behavior.






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