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Chris Brown’s a Baby

You know who needs to disappear? Chris Brown. That fool just cannot help himself. He’s still talking about how the whole “beating up Rihanna” thing was really hard on his reputation and that he’s actually a really nice guy. This morning he did that whole routine for the Mojo in the Morning radio show and he attempted to keep his shit relevant by relating himself to another bro we all hate right now, Tiger Woods.

“I think it’s cool man, I think people always deserve a second chance, and I know if my fans give me a second chance and people give me a second chance..whatever his personal life is and I think this goes for me and him; his personal life is his personal life – like nobody has the right to place judgment or make any judgment on somebody else’s personal life when they’re not directly involved with them—like they might be a fan, or might support what they’re doing but like if he plays golf, like that’s his sport, that’s his hobby, that’s his love, that’s what people love him for. They don’t love him for the other stuff that they talking bout. I think, even with me, like I do music, I sing songs, like I’m an entertainer, I’m a performer, but people make mistakes, I think people have to realize that everybody’s human, and the good thing is if you learn from your mistakes, then, then that’s a part of life, and I think that’s a part of living and learning from mistakes and becoming a better person, and growing from situations, so my hat is off to him—I support him, I hope he gets back on the field and does his thing, cause he is the best at it.”

Me me me me me. Jesus Christ. This guy’s head is so far up his own rectum that he doesn’t even realize what a self-involved moron he sounds like. He needs to be locked away in a closet until he gets the heck over himself. True.

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  • He’s not sorry he beat Rhianna, only that he got charged and has some consequences. Yes is is okay for the public to judge people who are public figures, if Chris doesn’t like that he can drive a bus and no one will comment on his nasty violent personality, or lack of one.

    • I agree with you. I’m sick of people saying that we shouldn’t comment on people’s lives when they’re public figures. Hell, I comment on random strangers’ outfits on the street, so I damn sure am gonna comment if my girl RiRi gets beat down by some dumb-ass hoodlum.

      Chris is not sorry about what he did at all, and the more he talks about how he’s a “nice guy”, the more I want to clobber him. I just want one rapper to come out and beat him up just for fun and then make a comment like, “Yeah I beat his ass, but I’m still a nice guy.” Now THAT, I would buy.

  • I am sure that Chris Brown was probably exposed to domestic violence or some other, if you will pardon my language, fucked up things in his childhood.

    That said, he is an adult, at least chronologically, and that is not an excuse anymore. Similarly, there is no excuse for why people are still interested enough in him to have him on their shows.

    Oh, and Molls, this may sound kind of strange, but we love you. I am not really sure why someone would want to lock you in a closet, since that person could just . . . not read Evil Beet if they wanted to. Though I cannot imagine why they would want to not read Evil Beet, either.

  • I didn’t even know who this guy was until the whole beat down thing happened. I don’t think he could ever “clear” his reputation with me considering this is really the only thing I know him for. He could find the cure for AIDS, I’d still know him as that guy who beat the crap out of Rihanna.

    • Same here! I knew who Rihanna was, of course, because I love her music. I had no idea who Chris Brown was before I saw his name on Evil Beet and found out that he had beaten the hell out of Rihanna. But, as you said, nothing else that he has ever done or will ever do matters. The bad things that he has done do not *magically* go away just because time has passed.

  • “You know who needs to disappear? Chris Brown.”

    Thank God someone agrees. He should have never been accepted back into the celebrity world. Once you beat the crap out of someone, we don’t forget. And we certainly don’t forgive.

  • I guess by this loser’s logic what Ted Bundy did in his personal life should have stayed private and he should have simply been appreciated for his legal skills. Yeah, so what if Chris Brown beats up women, look at him sing and dance (yippee). What a tool.