CHRIS BROWN, RIHANNA Photographed Wearing Jacket With Hardcore/Metal Patches

R&B star Chris Brown was photographed over the weekend wearing a leather-studded jacket with patches of hardcore and metal bands like MUNICIPAL WASTE, D.R.I., SUICIDAL TENDENCIES and CRO-MAGS alongside a large gold chain and a yellow baseball hat while arriving to the Tru nightclub in Hollywood, California.

Meanwhile, the back insert of Brown's ex-girlfriend Rihanna's new album, "Unapologetic", includes a photo of the songstress wearing what appears to be the same jacket.

MUNICIPAL WASTE tweeted, "For the record, Chris Brown can sport our shit all he wants. We still think he is a fucking moron."

Added MUNICIPAL WASTE frontman Tony Foresta: "OK, now Rihanna is rocking a WASTE logo on the back of her new album? What the frig is happening here?!?!"

Brown pled guilty to assaulting his then-girlfriend Rihanna in a 2009 incident and was sentenced to community service and probation.

"Nobody's Business", a duet between Rihanna and Brown, is featured on "Unapologetic".

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