Before his 2009 domestic violence incident, Brown was poised to make a lot of money from his relatively clean-cut image as a celebrity spokesperson. In 2008 chewing gum maker Wm. Wrigley Jr. Co. tapped the pop star for a clever campaign in which his hit single â€œForeverâ€ was reworked into a song inspired by Wrigleyâ€™s Doublemint gum â€œDouble Your Pleasureâ€ jingle for an undisclosed amount. â€œEverything [Brownâ€™s] done with 'Forever' represents the brand and it fits our brand personality for Doublemint," said Wrigleyâ€™s VP for North American gum marketing at the time, Paul Chibe. Heâ€™d wind up eating (chewing?) those words after allegations of violence perpetrated by Brown arose. It wasnâ€™t long before Wrigley announced their suspension of the campaign. Brown also had Body by Milkâ€”the people behind the popular â€œGot Milkâ€ and milk moustache ad campaignsâ€”drop him from their celebrity roster. Itâ€™s safe to say companies arenâ€™t too keen on attaching themselves to Brownâ€™s tarnished brand as before.