Chris Brown has ordered his manager to cancel any upcoming appearances at nightclubs he thinks are “too hood” following last week’s terrifying shooting.
Five people were injured at club he was performing at in San Jose after shots rang out.
According to US website TMZ, the singer later called an emergency meeting telling his team to pull him out of bookings at venues with a history of violence or security issues.
Chris reportedly doesn’t want to be associated with the shootings and wants to protect his image and fans.
This comes after vowed to stay away from similar parties in an Instagram post.
The night after the incident Chris hosted an event at Parq nightclub in San Diego where he filmed a video, which shows the R&B singer smiling as he parties with a host of pals.
The camera also flashes to Chris’ on-off girlfriend Karrueche Tran, who looks straight into camera.
Alongside the clip Chris wrote: “No more n***a parties! Only this type of s**t!”
After the shooting incident, the San Diego police released a statement about his appearance at Parq, which read: “The Chris Brown concert is a private venue. Our patrol staff and specialised teams will be briefed and will be working closely with the venue to discuss responsibilities.”
Video footage showed terrified party-goers screaming as shots are fired during a performance by the singer over the weekend.
According to TMZ, five people were wounded during the incident, which happened at around 1.20am local time on Sunday morning.
The San Jose Mercury News reported that Chris was uninjured but four people were rushed to hospital.
A fifth person walked into a hospital later and the exact conditions of the victims were not clear, but police reportedly told the publication all were expected to survive.