The "Chris Brownout" Google Chrome browser plugin -- which I downloaded for research purposes, of course -- removes text and images of the singer.
News stories, sites, etc. dedicated to Chris Brown still live on the 'net except his name and images have a black mark over them.
The launch of the "Chris Brownout" comes days after Breezy showcased his controversial neck tattoo at a Las Vegas event. The detaling of the tattoo, which a rep says is a "sugar skull," resembles that of a battered woman.
What do you think of the "Chris Brownout" app? Has Aux Labs gone too far?