I’m begrudgingly going to give Chris Brown a tiny, miniscule bit of slack on this story. Very, very begrudgingly. You see, Chris shoved a woman pretty hard to move her out of the way after she tried to kiss him. The woman was an overzealous fan who was totally in the wrong and violated his personal space, sure – I get that. However, given Chris’s history with violence and, you know, beating women, you’d have thought he could have let his security handle it – because he did indeed have security around.
Chris performed at Limelight Houston over the weekend, and while he and Karreuche Tran were walking through the crowd … a woman stepped in front of him and reached out … apparently trying to kiss him. CB gave her a pretty hard shove with his right forearm to move her out of the way.
It doesn’t look like the fan was hurt. Obviously, not a smart move for someone with Chris’ track record to mix it up with fans — especially women — even when they start it.
I mean, again, this woman was out of line and you should never violate someone else’s space, man or woman… but really, Chris? You take heavies with you EXACTLY for this reason – to remove any issues so that YOU DO NOT GET INVOLVED. Of course, he’ll say this was just an automatic reaction, which kinda proves everyone’s point about him…
P.S. what do you think of the pic of Chris as Guy Fieri? Like, what the hell?
Chris Brown may have vowed to clean up his act after spending a few months in prison, but instead it seems he’s gone the opposite way and is instead trying to be a gang banger… which will never lead to anything good. His mom and Rihanna knock-off girlfriend are apparently pretty concerned about his recent behaviour (REALLY? Only now?) and she’s hoping Chris’s psychiatrist can help to save him before it’s too late.
Multiple sources tell us … Chris’ mom and Karrueche are so worried … they approached the therapist because they’re deeply concerned Chris is not only compromising his safety by promoting gangs, he’s also ruining his career.
TMZ broke the story … the LAPD has already gone to L.A. clubs, trying to convince owners to ban Chris and his entourage because wherever they go … violence follows.
Chris’ family thinks he does not understand the implications of associating himself with the Bloods. He thinks it’s “cool,” but the family is worried he’s in real danger and he doesn’t have a clue.
We’re told they literally think Chris’ life is on the line.
Look, I’d love to believe that there’s hope for everyone and he can still turn things around, but some people don’t want to be helped and this asshole is one of them. Chris Brown is an absolute waste of space who squandered the talent he actually had in favour of being a violent, homophobic dickhead who contributes nothing to the world. And yes, those are strong feelings, but come on! How awful do you have to be and how many times can it be brought to your attention before you decide, “Hey, my mother raised me better than this. I don’t want to be a shithead – I want to change my life!”??? Clearly the message hasn’t gotten through thus far and unfortunately, I don’t think it ever will.
That’s not to say, of course, that the people who still love and care about him aren’t going to want to keep trying – obviously they will, but I feel like it’s unfortunately a futile effort with Chris. It’s a shame, but some people are just too attached to being assholes.
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In today’s “Oh, fuck off!” news, Chris Brown was asked by MTV’s Sway if he had any advice for disgraced NFL player Ray Rice. Makes sense, I suppose, since they’re both violent assholes who abuse women. Perfectly understandable! Here’s what Breezy had to say about his experiencing hitting women he says he loves:
“I think it’s all about the choices you make,” said Breezy. “With me, I deal with a lot of anger issues from my past— not knowing how to express myself verbally and at the same time not knowing how to cope with my emotions and deal with them and understand what they are.”
He’s been able to move past his problems by seeking help. “I think help is great,” he added. “I still talk to my therapist twice a week, and it helps me to…if I’m frustrated and I’m dealing with something, to vent and say what I’m going through so I can hear from an actual clinical person, ‘this is how you should react,’ or ‘it’s good to feel this way because feelings, emotions, and energy are supposed to come and go.’ It’s not supposed to stay there, you’re not supposed to keep it inside, because it’ll bottle up and you’ll become a monster.”
But he stopped short of passing judgement. “To Ray, or anybody else—because I’m not better than the next man—I can just say I’ve been down that road. I deal with situations and I’ve made my mistakes too, but it’s all about how you push forward and how you control yourself.”
Gag me. All Chris Brown has learned is that he can do whatever he wants and because he’s famous, the worst he’ll get is a few months in a minimum security cushy prison and then a slap on the wrist as he’s sent on his way. You don’t just beat the shit out of a woman once. That’s not how it happens – it’s never a mistake, or a one-off. Sure, “seek help” is great advice, but not if you don’t actually WANT help and aren’t aware of the gravity of your actions. He’s a piece of shit, and Ray Rice can take a seat right next to him as they rocket themselves right off this planet.
Also, can they take Sway with them? WHO THE HELL THINKS IT’S A GOOD IDEA TO ASK CHRIS BROWN ABOUT THIS?
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