“Ladies and gentlemen, particularly ladies, Chris Brown has been cast in a movie. And not just any movie, it’s a romantic comedy based on a self-help book about relationships. And I, for one, can not imagine why this did not happen sooner because if there’s one thing you can say about Chris Brown, who’s currently on probation for viciously assaulting his then-girlfriend Rihanna, he just oozes romance.”
Anderson also went on to describe some of Chris Brown’s methods of apologizing by saying “Check out this love poem he posted on YouTube five months after he repeatedly punched her in the face and threatened to kill her while her mouth was filled with blood.”
Plus. Justin Bieber refers to himself as “Shawty Mane,” and if that doesn’t completely turn you off from this song, than I fear that you’re so far gone that there’s just no help for you. At least not here, anyway.
What do you guys think of the song? Moreover, do you like Justin Bieber as “Shawty Mane”?
I know we’re supposed to be all forgivey-forgivey in this life, but this? This picture of many young women all excited to skulk up to Chris Brown and have their photo taken? It really makes me scratch my head. Are we, as a society, so enamored and fascinated by celebrities that we’re willing to overlook absolutely everything that’s happened in the past (even OJ Simpson had his fans after his trial, and though I said I wouldn’t speak of this horrible bitch ever again, Casey Anthony‘s been receiving donations from male “admirers” since her verdict was reached)?
I know what Chris Brown did was supposedly small potatoes compared to the other two examples, and I know a lot of you guys are going to say “ugh, give it up, move on with your life, EVERYONE THAT’S ACTUALLY INVOLVED HAS,” but it’s stuff like this that really makes me shake my head. Maybe I’m of a different mindset than the young, unsuspecting girls in the photo above, but I’d be damned if I’d let go of my principles just to indulge a brief star-struck whim.
Have I “forgiven” Chris Brown? Nah, I guess not maybe. But I don’t matter in this thing. But do I think that having mindless adoration from people who don’t even know the real you may only encourage you to justify that kind of behavior: “Well maybe what I did actually wasn’t all that bad, maybe, was it?” And I? Well, I just don’t think that this dude is a very nice guy, even aside from the whole Rihanna thing.
Who knows. Maybe I’m talking out of my ass, but hey. That’s what these damned blogs are for.
Someone please justify what Chris Brown is doing here. Breezy fans, this is your moment: you can’t justify a lot of things that Chris Brown has done, but there’s a slight chance that you can give some reasoning behind this little ensemble. Do your best, kids!
You know how you can send direct messages and you can send the little @ replies to people? Poor Chris Brown has a little trouble with that. Yesterday, he got the two things confused, and he sent Rihanna a message, in front of God and everybody, that said “you got that pic I sent you?” He deleted the Tweet soon after, but the internet is lightning quick, and now we all know about it.
It’s possible the picture was totally innocent. Maybe he got another shitty tattoo he thought she’d like to see, or maybe he saw something funny at the Walmart – it’s really anyone’s guess. But nowadays, when the public thinks of Chris Brown and pictures, only one thing comes to mind. And that’s his dick. Are you understanding the logic here yet? Chris Brown is incapable of sending anyone a picture that isn’t of his junk.
At this point in time, I feel like I’ve been over Rihanna for decades, like “Rude Boy” came out when I was three and it’s been violently hammered into my soul ever since. Still though, I wouldn’t like to see Rihanna go back to such an abusive prick, or even be subjected to a penis picture or two. What about you guys, what’s your stance on this nowadays?