After website TMZ reported that singer Chris Brown was getting his own Las Vegas residence, it’s now been reported that the R&B star has signed a deal with Drai’s Beachclub & Nightclub, although according to a representative for Brown, “the specifics being reported are incorrect. Correct details will be revealed soon.” Brown’s first show at Drai’s will reportedly be on Oct 3. Brown recently completed his “One Hell Of A Night” summer tour of 25 U.S. cities, which launched on Aug. 12 at the Sprint Center in Kansas City and ended on Sep. 19 in California. In other Chris Brown news, the young star is facing the possibility of being banned from Australia. Yesterday government officials formally warned Brown that he’s likely to be denied a visa due to his conviction for assaulting ex-girlfriend Rhianna. R&B crooner August Alsina caters to female listeners and knows how to play the role of ladies man very well. While performing at the Freebandz Music Festival in Baton Rouge LA along with Fetty Wrap, Roco and Future, the singer brought a fan onstage and serenaded her. He may have taken things too far. In an Instagram video posted by Baller Alert, the singer is shown groping the fan inappropriately. Whether the fan knew what happened remains to be seen. The incident caused a firestorm of controversy on Twitter earlier this morning. Not surprisingly, this isn’t the first time the singer has done this. There’s footage of him groping another fan while singing “Ghetto”. It looks like he takes his seduction techniques too seriously. When the second episode of  Fox televison’s “Empire” airs on Wednesday, Ludacris, Kelly Rowland, Becky G and V. Bozeman will guest star. Fans will recall that Bozeman electrified viewers with her performance of “What Is Love”. Now Bozeman is ready to ramp up the wow factor with “Hourglass”. Among other songs introduced in the second episode, the powerful ballad was co-written and co-produced by Terrence Howard, aka Lucious Lyon, and Max Beesley. Bozeman’s vocals are showcased fully. The video will appear on Vevo on Sept.  30, while the single goes on AC urban radio on Oct. 5. Bozeman will join Rahiem Devaughn and Leela James on a 25-city tour that will begin on Oct. 7 in Charleston SC.