Sep 20, 2012 3:14PM

Don't Want Chris Brown All Up In Your Internet? There's An App For That!

Never read about him again.

A new Google Chrome plugin makes it just a little bit easier to pretend that Chris Brown doesn't exist. Created by music blog AUX Labs, Chris Brownout eradicates all search results (images and text) that reference the rapper.

 
"With Chris Brown's latest obnoxious stunt — getting a tattoo of what appeared to be Rihanna's Chris-Brown-Beaten fact on his neck (even though he denies that it's her) — it's become clear that he remains impulsive and unapologetic and isn't going anywhere anytime soon," the creators said. "We here at AUX Labs took it upon ourselves to get rid of him."
 
Something of social crusaders, AUX Labs are also responsible for Nickelblock, which functions much the same as Chris Brownout, but with godforsaken band Nickelback.  

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