Chris Brown says he was supposed to put on a big tribute to Michael Jackson during the AMAs this weekend -- but claims honchos pulled the plug last minute out of nowhere.
The singer posted a lengthy video Saturday that shows him in a dance rehearsal with a group of people ... and he's putting on some serious MJ-inspired moves to a few classic hits, which Chris says would've been part of a showstopping number during Sunday's broadcast.
The songs featured include "Beat It," "Billie Jean," "Wanna Be Starting Something" and "Thriller."
Chris's original caption reads, "U SERIOUS?" He followed up in a later comment, writing ... "WOULDVE been the ama performance but they cancelled me for reasons unknown." IG users are mostly in support of Chris, openly asking why they scrapped it if it was this good.
Chris Brown has in the past done many tribute performances to Michael. Ranging from working with the World Music Awards in '06 to a tribute performance at the BETs in 2010 one year after Michaels passing.
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