From Chris Brown and Karrueche Tran's fallout to former Generations actor's court headache, we round up this weekend's entertainment news.
While he failed to live up to the high standards of his 2013 performance, Chris Brown reinforced why he has the staying power to set him apart.
This week it's all about the beef: Zille vs Zuma, ANC vs Thuli, EFF vs ANC - and Chris Brown vs everybody.
A judge has ordered singer Chris Brown to go to rehab following a report that the singer threw a rock through his mother's car window.
The promoter of four Chris Brown concerts in Canada scheduled this summer says the events have been cancelled.
Singer Chris Brown, who has been charged over an alleged hit-and-run car accident, has taken to Twitter to proclaim his innocence.
If the singer broke the terms of his probation by giving false insurance information, he could receive up to four years in prison.
US producer-rapper-singer Will.i.am says he's been unfairly accused of stealing a song from a Russian dance producer for use on his new album.
Rising R&B star Frank Ocean said on Saturday he will not press charges against Chris Brown, who he said had "jumped" him last week in a parking lot.
Chris Brown's South African tour passed with little fuss, with many willing to ignore his bad reputation. Neo Leeuw was in the audience.
Singer Chris Brown is at it again on Twitter, unleashing a sexist attack on writer and comedian Jenny Johnson.
Two years ago, Kanye West's Grammy afterparty was a booze-filled, late-night affair with 3 000 screaming guests, bikini-clad women -- and his mother, Donda, in the house. He was more subdued at this year's party, celebrating four Grammy wins on Sunday night in tribute to Donda West, but it was still a boozy, celeb-filled event.