R&B singer-turned actress-turned rapper Brandy Norwood took to her Vibe.com blog to hate on bloggers that hate on her, her gross brother Ray-J, his girlfriend Kelly Rowland and the fact that she killed a girl with her car a couple years ago and never did any time for it. Not only is Brandy lucky as hell that anyone still cares about her OR her brother, but attacking people for “hating on you” seems like a pretty rookie move for someone who’s been famous since she was a tween, you know?
Here’s some of the blog:
People think that you being strong doesn’t mean things don’t hurt your feelings. That’s not what being strong means. I’m a very strong person, but some of those things that people say about me on blogs make me cry. I don’t like it. And what’s so frustrating is that I don’t get a chance to retaliate. Because y’all are not posting y’all pictures on the blogs. I can’t respond and I can’t be negative back because that’s just not me.
But sometimes some of the things that people say about me and my best friends and people that I care about, like my brother and Kelly Rowland, I want to go in on those people, but I can’t. But that stuff hurts. It really hurts. Sometimes we don’t read the comments because of what we’ve seen people say in the past about us. Okay, you don’t like my shoes, you don’t like my outfit, cool, but the rest of it, like bringing up the car accident?
People just go too far. Way too far. But people are going to be who they are. As long as I’m not like that, and even if I wasn’t me and I was tweeting about another celebrity, I would never say anything bad about somebody like that. I’m glad that I’m that type of a person.
Blah, blah, blah. You get the gist.
Sure, I’m sure that it hurts to read mean things about yourself on the Internet. But you know what doesn’t hurt? Money. Go be rich, Brandy. I saw that show you had when you were married to that dude and pregnant. Your baby special or whatever. You’re rich, Brandy. Who cares?