Chris Brown has been forced to deny that he told his audience in Ireland earlier this week that Dublin is his favourite city in the UK, claiming he was referencing fans from different locations.
The 'Turn Up The Music' hitmaker performed in the Irish capital yesterday as part of his Carpe Diem tour and he seemed to be impressing fans but things reportedly turned sour when fans claimed he is said to have made a geographical error, announcing Dublin was his "favourite city in the UK.
Various concert-goers immediately took to their Twitter account to slam the star for his embarrassing mistake, writing different versions of what he is alleged to have said.
Chris Brown embarrassed himself when he claimed Dublin is in the UK (WENN)
@spin1038 said: "Chris Brown said Dublin was his favourite city in The U.K at his gig last night #sigh." A clearly furious Emmet Doyle added: "Chris brown said, 'Dublin you're the best city in the UK'. What an idiot."
Other fans claimed the controversial singer was even booed for the mistake, although it isn't known if he corrected himself. Other concert-goers appeared to enjoy Chris' concert, sharing photos of the singer stripping off on stage and videos of his performances.
However, a rep for the singer claims Chris saw a Union Jack flag in the audience and gave a shout out to the UK, realising that fans had travelled in to Ireland to see him. Other Twitter users noted that they didn't hear Chris make the geographical.
"I was at the o2 and I didn't hear Chris Brown say that Dublin was his favourite city in the UK??? He said Dublin I love u, London I love u!" Twitter user @Lisa_CBx wrote.
@iAmConorMc also agreed, writing: "Chris Brown did not say Dublin was in the UK he thanked all the fans that travelled from the UK to the Dublin show, get it right!"
The 23-year-old's 'Carpe Diem' tour has seen him travel to Paris, Berlin, Stockholm and Amsterdam, while he'll also be performing in Dubai and South Africa throughout December.