Oh, great! Well, since HE says it's okay, we should all probably let it go!
Ha! Who does he think he's kidding?!
For some bizarre effing reason, Bobby Brown is speaking out against the bad rap Chris Brown has received since viciously attacked his then-girlfriend Rihanna - and of course, the subsequent, remorseless temper tantrums he's since thrown whenever anyone brings it up - and is asking everyone to lay off of him!
“I never put my hands on Whitney or disrespected her in any manner. Chris Brown, just give that brother a break, because we don’t know what happened between them in that relationship. We don’t know what went on between them, too. I think Chris Brown is a talented artist. I think Chris Brown deserves a second chance, no matter what. Because he’s young and he’s talented. Rihanna is doing her thing, Rihanna moved on and people need to move on with what happened between their relationship. And, I think Chris Brown deserves a second chance. Compared to things I’ve been convicted of, Chris Brown is a baby. Chris Brown is a good brother and I wish him the best. We need an artist like him. Kids need an artist like him.”
Wow. Yeah - we'll give you all a minute to finish laughing or crying.
Both responses are completely justified after exposing your eyes to such bullshit.
"We don't know what happened between them" - pssh.
Yeah. We don't need to, because we saw what she looked like after the attack. And we saw what HE looked like. Enough said.
It's bad enough that people capable of that kind of abuse are allowed to walk free, but the fact that a fellow abuser is dense enough to not only show his support, but voice openly that KIDS need "artists" like Chris Brown is just sad, twisted, and deeply disturbing.
There's enough pointless violence in the world, we do NOT need to create any more by enabling people to act that way with no consequence. What happened was WRONG, and should not be tolerated in any capacity. EVER.
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