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You Cool, Chris?


All of Chris Brown’s fans may have forgiven him for his assault on his then girlfriend, Rhianna in 2009. . . but I have not. Maybe it’s because it doesn’t appear that he’s learned his lesson or toned his rage down these days.

This morning, during his appearance on Good Morning America, Brown tried to deflect Robin Roberts questions about the 2009 beating. He was very focused about plugging his new album F.A.M.E and didn’t want to talk about the past, even though Brown is still on probation.

Fortunately, for him, he was able to perform for his fans and leave with all sorts of buzz. Fortunately, for me (and I am smirking) he wasn’t able to do all of that without “Hulking Out”. After his performance he went back to his dressing room where,  he was “screaming so loud, the people in hair and makeup became alarmed and called security.” Oh and then he threw a chair through a window. This childish scene made him miss a performance and plug opportunity at ABC.

I say keep acting like an asshole. Let people see the monster they keep forgiving. Maybe soon someone will want to put him in prison and keep him there. Brown thinks he’s invincible or at the very least, really cute. Well, he is neither. Fans (mostly young girls) need to see past his cute face and slick dance moves. Let’s get straight to his core, he’s an abusive man who will abuse the next women he finds, until he sorts his life out.

Brown’s Tweets after the incident:

 UPDATE 6:49 AM PT:  Brown just tweeted, “I’m so over people bringing this past s**t up!!! Yet we praise Charlie sheen and other celebs for there bulls**t.”

UPDATE 6:59 AM PT: Brown has already deleted the previous tweet … and added a new one that reads, “All my fans!!! This album is for you and only you!!! I’m so tired of everyone else!! Honestly!! I love team breezy!!”

Author: charishreid

Writer and Educator.

2 thoughts on “You Cool, Chris?

  1. He is certainly not cool! I still have his first album that I love, but I can't even listen to his music nowadays without thinking of the Rihanna incident and his current demeanor. I think he needs counseling. He obviously is still having trouble maintaining composure. I find it interesting that he won't even talk about the incident. That is a clear sign that he has not healed and likely has not changed. I mean look at him! He looks like a pop culture reject. The character of artists/performers/actors/actresses/entertainers does mean a lot to mean. I can't support anyone who does things like he did. I would have felt a little better if he would have at least talked about the incident, even if it was brief. You can't just ignore something like that. I see a rocky road ahead for him and a short-lived singing career.


  2. It's a shame what has happened to Chris Brown. I still remember when he first started and I was so excited about a young, new and fresh RnB artist but I also remember dreading the day things would go down hill for him. After the Rihanna incident, and his not so remorseful attitude, I deleted nearly all of his songs from his first album off my iPod and can't listen to any one of them now. Unfortunately, Chris has just seem to go downhill after that incident and I just don't understand how he could continue to slide. He really looks pathetic to me and I pray to God he gets better. I do not follow up on him and most of these so called celebrities because they are not fit to be role models and I hope all the youth out there come to realize this.
    Let's continue to pray for him and his total deliverance!
    Great post sis!
    Thanks for following my blog, it is much appreciated!


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