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Entertainment of Thursday, 7 March 2013

Source: XYZ

Police: We cannot arrest Chris Brown

Ghana’s Police say they cannot arrest American RnB Star Chris Brown for breaking the country’s law’s unless there is evidence to prove he smoked marijuana on stage when he performed at the Accra Sports stadium on Tuesday.

Chris Brown lit what he described as weed and took a puff live on stage as part of his performance.

He then encouraged his fans in the audience to disregard any opposition to the smoking of weed and feel free to do so.

A video of that part of the concert is circulating on social media. Ghana’s laws prohibit the smoking of marijuana.

But Charter House, organizers of the ‘Hope City Concert’ which featured Chris Brown has denied allegations that the star smoked marijuana on stage.

The Greater Accra Police command’s PRO, DSP Freeman Tetteh in an interview with XYZ News said the police are yet to receive official complaint backed with evidence.

The Police also warned that they will deal with event organizers who fail to inform the police about such concerts.

DSP Tetteh stated that organizers of the Chris Brown show failed to notify his outfit.