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Your lifestyle, your quirk
I just watched Chris Brow’s “real” video of him drunkenly talking about loving both Rihanna and his now ex-girlfriend Karrueche Tran and am too annoyed not to say anything.
The one-and-a-half-minute video shows Brown talking to an unseen person (the cameraman) about how he thinks he loves both Rihanna and Tran and doesn’t want to hurt either of them.
"Is there such thing as loving two people? I don't know if that's possible but for me I just feel like that," he muses. "I'm not trying to be a player ... I just care too much sometimes," Brown says.
Oh, give me a break! You “care” so much about Rihanna that you pummeled her face and left her on the street, or you “care” so much about Tran that you broke up with her and decided to make out with Rihanna in a very public place just days later?
Who the hell does this guy think he is? Seriously, who makes a produced film of their supposedly “private and drunken ramblings” and then releases it for the world to see? Brown seems to be reveling in the fact that two women are/were in love with him at the same time.
That brings me to my next point though – what the hell do women see in this guy? Yes, he is rich and successful but…he beats women! If that is not a red flag to send women running the other way, I don’t know what possibly could be.
Not only should the fact that Brown was charged with felony assault and making criminal threats scare all women away, but the woman he beat up should particularly not want anything to do with him. Instead, however, Rihanna is hanging out – and making out – with Brown in public again.
What. The. Hell.
Just this week, Brown broke up with his most current girlfriend, Tran, and immediately issued a public statement explaining why (he didn’t want to hurt her with his and Rihanna’s “friendship.”). The only “why” I am wondering is why in the world the public cares. Why are we allowing Brown to remain relevant?
I am ashamed of our society for so quickly forgiving such an act, or allowing it to simply sit in the past, and then continuing glorifying Brown, allowing him to have a successful career. Yes, he is a talented musician, but he beat up his girlfriend to the point where she was hospitalized. There are plenty of other highly talented people in the world who don’t beat the sh*t out of people; why can’t we move on and praise one of them? Brown’s talents are not world changing. We can survive without him. How is rewarding Brown with the attention and financial success of a celebrity lifestyle teaching him anything about consequences for his actions? What’s to stop him from doing it again?