Chris Brown accuses the AMAs of having canceled his tribute to Michael Jackson | New

Chris Brown is puzzled after the American Music Awards reportedly canceled his tribute performance to michael jackson without warning.

Brown, 33, shared a 7-minute rehearsal video via Instagram of what appears to be his AMA rehearsal. In the clip, the “Fine China” artist and dancers worked on the choreography for “Under The Influence,” which blends into the tribute to MJ.

“Beat It,” Wanna Be Starting Somethin,” and “Thriller” were among the songs repeated in the footage.

“U SERIOUS,” he wrote as captions, before adding, “WOULD HAVE BEEN the AMA performance but they canceled me for unknown reasons.”

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According to TMZ, AMA organizers have yet to publicly comment on the allegedly canceled performance. Despite their silence, many Twitter users have given their thoughts on the matter.

Lil Duval wrote, “Damn it, the AMAs canceled Chris Brown’s performance. He hasn’t done anything publicly wrong lately that you can all say is the reason.

Another Twitter user wrote, “The disrespect of wanting Chris Brown to perform, letting him rehearse and waste his time, then canceling on him is next level. Explain yourself, AMA.

Many platform users alluded to her domestic violence incident in 2009 as the reason for the cancellation.

At the 2010 BET Awards, Brown channeled her inner King of Pop with a phenomenal tribute. While performing “Man In The Mirror”, Brown broke down in tears.