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