Rihanna might have forgiven her ex Chris Brown for beating her, but that doesn't mean everyone has. Copies of the controversial singer's latest album, Fortune were found at one HMV record store in London labeled with warning stickers. But not for what you might think.
Attached to the front of the rapper's album were labels reading, "WARNING. Do Not Buy This Album. This Man Beats Women." According to Gigwise, no one (or group) has come forward, but it is believed to be the work of anti-domestic violence advocates.
The head of press & PR for HMV told The Huffington Post, "Someone went into one of our stores and put the stickers on. We spotted and removed them quickly but before we could do so the person circulated a photo to media."
Guess it's true what they say — all is fair in love and war.