Oh no he motherfuckin’ didn’t (but yes, he actually did) Tweet on Tuesday that everyone imitates rappers who have sold drugs and that people can learn from their mistakes yet are unrightfully bombarded with day-to-day hatred?
WHAT? Seriously? Chris Brown, I hate you for a very good reason and I will never forgive you or think of you in a different light, especially since you continue to act like a punk.
I will always see a violent, cocky, talentless, immature little prick when I look at you.
That’s what happens when you hit a woman (who happens to be a successful and loved pop star) until her eyes swell shut.
Even if Rihanna forgave you because of denial and low self-esteem, I’m not going to, and thankfully neither are a lot of people who are outraged that the Grammys would give you an award (for a shitty album) three years after you were absent/busy getting arrested for assault.
I’d like to direct you all to my favorite Chris Brown “hater,” Andy Levy of Fox News, who Tweeted last year: “You spelled ‘punching’ wrong” after Chris Brown had written “No more planking for me unless it’s on a sexy lady! Lol.” His “apology” to Chris is a classic and underrated moment in television history because I love when someone has the platform and wisdom to say everything that is on my mind and more. (Only better)
“In particular I’d like to thank the female members of team breezy, who have taught me that as long as you can sing, you can beat the hell out of a woman and other women will still love you.”