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Rose*~* 01-04-2013 22:42

Chris Brown now knows he was wrong.....
 
because he had 52 weeks of therapy.
http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2013/04/0...he-face-again/

Sorry, but what the hell?
You needed 52 weeks of therapy to learn that punching your girlfriend's face so bad you could hardly recognise her in pictures was wrong?

"Most importantly knowing that whatever I did was totally wrong, you know?"
'Whatever I did'?? You mean: bashing your girlfriend's face.

And then he talks about being 'humbled'... 'From me losing everything to me having to regain public opinion or whatever it is' So it's not that he felt like 'Ohmygooooooodnesss what have I done', but 'Ohsheessh, this could cost me some money...'

And then the way he's trying to laugh about it... disgusting man.

Sara Webb 01-04-2013 22:45

Well, that's big of him, the repulsive moron.

artlesschaos 01-04-2013 23:02

Scumbag. Still can't bring himself to say "When I beat my girlfriend unconscious and left her, alone and incredibly vulnerable, by the side of the road because somehow she didn't "respect" my fragile manhood enough".

Just a complete and utter abomination of a human being.

Rose*~* 01-04-2013 23:05

I just don't understand how someone like this gets to make more albums and promote them in TV interviews. Why would anyone want to talk to someone like that?

3 $pirit 01-04-2013 23:10

Quote:

Originally Posted by Rose*~* (Post 65124807)
because he had 52 weeks of therapy.
http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2013/04/0...he-face-again/

Sorry, but what the hell?
You needed 52 weeks of therapy to learn that punching your girlfriend's face so bad you could hardly recognise her in pictures was wrong?

"Most importantly knowing that whatever I did was totally wrong, you know?"
'Whatever I did'?? You mean: bashing your girlfriend's face.

And then he talks about being 'humbled'... 'From me losing everything to me having to regain public opinion or whatever it is' So it's not that he felt like 'Ohmygooooooodnesss what have I done', but 'Ohsheessh, this could cost me some money...'

And then the way he's trying to laugh about it... disgusting man.

The 52 weeks of counselling could have been for anger management and or his childhood issues? I'm sure that he wasn't just learning what he did was wrong.

Big Boy Barry 01-04-2013 23:10

They deserve each other.

Rose*~* 01-04-2013 23:12

Quote:

Originally Posted by 3 $pirit (Post 65125568)
The 52 weeks of counselling could have been for anger management and or his childhood issues? I'm sure that he wasn't just learning what he did was wrong.

Well that's how he worded it. And besides, even 52 weeks of anger management did not help much, did it?

But hey, 'whatever he did', it's OK now as the victim happily took him back so all's good....:confused:

whatever54 01-04-2013 23:18

I am no Chris Brown fan, seems a right yobbo to me but do remember a thread on here - something like 'can Chris Brown ever be forgiven?'
Somebody responded and put 'yes, surely he is not beyond redemption' :D
always tickled me and sums up how I feel really, if Rhianna has moved on from the incident, I feel maybe the public should.
That said I still think he's a douchebag

3 $pirit 01-04-2013 23:20

Quote:

Originally Posted by Rose*~* (Post 65125632)
Well that's how he worded it. And besides, even 52 weeks of anger management did not help much, did it?

But hey, 'whatever he did', it's OK now as the victim happily took him back so all's good....:confused:

He probably was just going over it quick and worded badly id imagine. He has said he has repeatedly apologised to Rihanna and if she wants to forgive than good for her. I don't feel he needs to make countless public apologies anymore.

I agree though he still appears to have a few demons with anger issues. He deserved a harsher punishment for the crime but its over now so I say let him be.

Shadow2009 01-04-2013 23:21

I'm past caring about the Rihanna incident. If she can forgive him and is in a relationship with him then it's got nothing to do with anyone else, least of all random people from the public who have never met them.

As long as they both continue to make good music I don't care what goes on in their personal lives. (and before any snobs jump in with their "Rihanna and Chris Brown don't make good music" comments, I actually own some of Chris's albums and like a few Rihanna singles)

whatever54 21-11-2013 00:08

Obviously still working on the anger management issues
 
http://www.tmz.com/2013/11/20/chris-...-out-violence/

Oh dear, he really does seem to be a very angry young man. I wonder what his mum is like, don't think I've ever heard much about her.

misslibertine 21-11-2013 08:08

Quote:

Originally Posted by Shadow2009 (Post 65125814)
(and before any snobs jump in with their "Rihanna and Chris Brown don't make good music" comments, I actually own some of Chris's albums and like a few Rihanna singles)

That doesn't necessarily make them good :o :D

Their music is neither here nor there for me, I just find his behaviour and attitude wholly repulsive.


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