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Nov. 22 2012, Published 4:57 a.m. ET

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By RadarOnline.com Staff

Nearly four years after his infamous beating of then-girlfriend Rihanna, Chris Brown is still paying the price.

The hip hop star has canceled a huge stadium show in Guyana following protests from numerous women's rights organization, AP is reporting.

The concert's promoter, Hits and Jams Entertainment, issued a statement Thursday saying Brown had pulled out of the date because he was "uncomfortable" with the protests.

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Brown was scheduled to headline a show December 26 in the South American nation.

And although Rihanna was forgiven Brown for hitting and choking her the night before the Grammy Awards in February, 2009, -- he attended her Halloween party and has a duet on her new album -- the women of Guyana obviously have not.

As RadarOnline.com reported, Rihanna understands the "world hasn't let go" of what Brown did to her, but she has.

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Brown received five years of probation, community labor and one year of domestic-violence counseling in connection with his beating of the singer.

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