Chris Brown Attacks His Pro-Rihanna Haters With Intense Twitter Rant

Wed, February 15, 2012 8:48am EDT by 31 Comments
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Posted at 11:14 PM on June 15, 2012  

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Kimora manns

Posted at 9:04 PM on February 28, 2012  

I bet the ones that is disagreeing with chris brown and rihanna make up are the ones who never been in a real relationship if u love someone you will be willing to make it work in every way and what chris brown and rihanna has sheeesh thats love and oh yea happy late birthday rihanna and my birthday was also on the 20th piscessss

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Kimora manns

Posted at 8:57 PM on February 28, 2012  

From what I feel is that let people be people and for chris brown and rihanna leave them alone they should be respected juat as any normal human being im just sayin

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Jesse

Posted at 11:19 PM on February 21, 2012  

I think there needs to be a middle option because I don’t think Chris has learned from his mistakes but I don’t think what he did is completely inarguably unforgivable. When/if he learns from his mistakes or if he has already learned and just needs to finally demonstrate that he has in a sincere manner, I think I could find some measure of forgiveness for him somewhere down the line.

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Kimora manns

Posted at 9:23 PM on February 28, 2012  

Is chris brown and rihanna back together if so wow thats love oh yea happy late birthday rihanna my birthday also was on the 20th as well pisces

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Reina

Posted at 2:24 AM on February 17, 2012  

Everyone knows that a man who starts hitting a woman will never stop.

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mommy of 2 and 1 angel

Posted at 8:44 AM on February 16, 2012  

its the choice let them be

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mommy of 2 and 1 angel

Posted at 8:45 AM on February 16, 2012  

their not the

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Shasha

Posted at 8:47 PM on February 15, 2012  

Just leave Chris Brown alone already. Find somebody else to pick on. Let this man get on with his life. Nobody knows the true dynamics of their relationship. Yeah, he shouldn’t have put hands on her, but he’s done what was required of him. Now leave him alone.

Congratulations on your grammy Chris. Keep up the good work.

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Second chance

Posted at 7:27 PM on February 15, 2012  

Im glad I serve a God of second change because Man will not forgive. If it was left to the haters we would all be going to hell. Let he without sin cast the first stone. So all you haters trying to say you’re perfect? I think not. If God can forgive him and Rhinana, who are you not too. Sweep around your own Front door because your start talking about someone else.

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Anonimouse

Posted at 1:15 PM on February 15, 2012  

To all his supporters, would you let him stay with your 16 year old daughter in your house. No? Then shut it. This boy’s got to learn his name is Toby, not Kunta. Then we country folk will let fetch, but only then. Too racist? Most definitely, but you supporters are the sick ones. Let him finish his probation without showing anger, show some regret, and show some humility. Both pretty much say the same message, but using different words. Personally, I think it’s great he gots his award. It will look real nice next to Leon’s shiv.

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Time to give him a break

Posted at 12:02 PM on February 15, 2012  

So what Rhianna has forgiven him and he has not done anything bad
To anyone else! Time to forgive him and stop pigeon hole him only!
He not the only one beat his girlfriend! But he gets the one one that
Lost his career! mURDER would be a reason too! But other celebrities have beat their partner and have not lost their careers!

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Brittany

Posted at 1:31 PM on February 15, 2012  

i agree with you 100%

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Teasey

Posted at 1:33 PM on February 15, 2012  

Agreed

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ilovechrisbrown

Posted at 11:17 AM on February 15, 2012  

#TeamBreezy forever!!!!

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TheTRUTH

Posted at 11:15 AM on February 15, 2012  

Everyone needs to let this man be!!!! He learned from mistakes and he has been punished enough, let him move on. Clearly Rihanna has forgave n forgot so should everyone else. Mel Gibson & Charlie Sheen both abused their wives & girlfriends but everyone turns a blind eye to that and glorify those drug addicts and alcoholic women beaters.

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Mrz. M.

Posted at 11:13 AM on February 15, 2012  

There are a few troubles with our society that makes me concerned with the fact that anyone would say that this young man is undeserving of the rewards of his works:

#1. He’s a young BLACK man in America, who is glorified when he “behaves” as he is expected, and shunned when he has a moment of human weakness (which I believe it was, as he was dealing with not only an angry, violent woman, but one who has portrayed one who loves drama and craziness to surround her life).

#2. He was correct about his view: Our society upholds other celebrities who portray disrespect to women, violence and greed. We support them, listen to their music and emulate them. He dealt with a real life dilemma and made a wrong choice and we, with our nerve, judge him.

#3. The only time to judge a man is by his current acts, (what he is doing with his life NOW), not by ones that have past. He has nothing to prove to any of us, as we know he has not made that same mistake. How he deals with the unscrupulous hate-mongers is his business.

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Anonimouse

Posted at 1:05 PM on February 15, 2012  

Since you seem to think this through, I will respond with thoughtful reflection as well…I judge him because he is still serving time in the form of probation and he continues to violate the spirit of that probation by ignoring that he is on it and exhibiting this vicious anger towards the public. He does not indicate any form of rehabilation. Wheezy was in jail, and he has been forgiven. Wheezy knows how to pay respect to the wo”man”. He knows his name to be Toby. Chris Brown still thinks he’s Kunta Kintay.

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breka

Posted at 11:11 AM on February 15, 2012  

Chris brown has to be forgiven sometime. If Rihanna has accept the fact of forgiven him then that’s all that matters. Maybe some people need to read the Bible and read up on forgiveness. You can not hold grudges, especially when it’s not your situation to control. Yes it’s horrible she was abused, but everybody makes mistakes and deserves a second chance. People pointing fingers at him when everybody has done something they regret in there life.

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Van

Posted at 6:02 PM on February 16, 2012  

Sometimes you should hold grudges. if someone has shown they have aggression issues, forgiving them doesn’t make those issues go away. If he wants help, he should genuinely try to make amends. Sociopaths see themselves as victims and won’t get genuine help.
Forgiving a sociopath just means that they know they can get away with it and will try it again. They don’t care about your forgiveness. They genuinely don’t and can’t care and are not interested in changing.Sociopaths play on most humans forgivenes. Chris Brown is going to hurt someone again and you are all enabling him.

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K

Posted at 10:33 AM on February 15, 2012  

And just because he is speaking his mind on twitter doesnt mean he hasnt learned from his mistakes…if people are consistantly throwing that in your face left and right, you are going to vent every now and then. I believe he is truly sorry for what he did…LET THE MAN BE!

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moralitypolice

Posted at 10:31 AM on February 15, 2012  

A guy who beats his girlfriend is worse than a drug dealer, in my opinion.

Not to mention that we have yet to see Chris show true remorse or humility for what he has done. Remember the photos of him having fun on a jetski just days after he beat the crap out of Rihanna?

1. He should never have been given the opportunity to perform at the Grammys. What – was Bobby Brown unavailable that day? Wife beaters don’t need to be given that honor.

2. His tweets show that he still has lots of anger and hostility and it would not surprise me if he snaps again.

3. He truly does not seem to grasp the magnitude of his crime. Entitled twit.

4. I have no respect for Rihanna for hooking up with Chris Brown again. A strong, confident woman would never do that. Her handlers should put that photo of her bruised and swollen face on her cell phone so that every time she makes a call or checks her email, she will be reminded of that night and what Chris Brown is capable of doing…even to someone he purports to love.

Yes, Chris, you have a Grammy. And a record – a criminal one. You beat your girlfriend. You’re scum.

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Mrz. M.

Posted at 11:32 AM on February 15, 2012  

Let me ask you a few questions:

#1. When you say “beats,” you are insinuating that, not only was the abuse ongoing, but also something that is currently happening. As far as we all know, this was a one time event which happened in the midst of heated and provoked drama. We also know that she struck him first several times… How is what he did worse than someone who is fully conscious of the fact that he is DAILY dealing a deathly substance to people in his own community??????

#2. Why does he owe it to US, the public, that he is remorseful? What more do you want him to do, as a human being? He has made a statement and has been forgiven by the very woman he harmed… who are anyone of us to say he owes more??

#3. Again, this was not something that was ongoing, so why should he NOT be able to share his gift with the world? In fact, in his sharing his gift, he’s giving back, especially because the music he is putting out seems to be on a positive note. You are judging a man’s WHOLE life on ONE act. That is unfair… if we judged your entire life on any ONE of the times you failed or made a poor judgement… I wonder what we’d come up with??

#4. His tweets shows he is sick and tired of judgmental people, such as yourself, bringing up a moment he is trying to get past. If a credit card company followed you around for the rest of your life because you missed one payment… you’d want to scream at them to. It’s hard to ignore rock-throwers.

#5. You don’t seem to grasp the magnitude of PROGRESS. As humans, we are to make mistakes, and learn from those times that we fall to our own imperfections. He is a very young man. Committing a crime doesn’t mean his is incapable of changing and becoming a better person. It is people like you who constantly attempt to bring out the worst in people who are trying to do better.

#6. Why are you so insistant on making people live in the past… in the worst moments of their lives. They are strong and confident if they have the courage to MOVE ON with their lives!!!!! Fear of something that happened in the past, or identifying yourself with a past mistake is for NEANDERTHALS!! Evolve and move forward.

#7. Scum recognizes scum. What you see is only a reflection of what you are. Why not try to see the best in people when they are attempting to be the best of who they are… it might bring out the best in you…

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balla

Posted at 12:58 PM on February 15, 2012  

your retarded morality police

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moralitypolice

Posted at 9:49 AM on February 16, 2012  

Thanks. It means a lot coming from someone who doesn’t know the difference between “your” and “you’re.”

 
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K

Posted at 10:29 AM on February 15, 2012  

I agree with Brezzy….what does him making that mistake have to do with his work and him as an artist??…..hands down he is talented and a great performer…..people, leave that stuff in the past and move forward, which i think he is trying to do…His album F.A.M.E definitely deserved to win Best R&B album, it was great work.

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kim

Posted at 9:31 AM on February 15, 2012  

MEL GIBSON abuse is ex so badly with his hand and words he never got punish for it he got accepted but all his alist celebrity friend what is the differents Chris Brown got punish enough he is sti doing his probation up to now. people need to let go and le god whitnet deid so sudden no one was expecting her to die Life is short . Rihanna has forgiven him, y’all haters need to shut up and leave Chris alone #TeamBreezy

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James

Posted at 9:22 AM on February 15, 2012  

Have you really learned from it Chris? If you had, I think you’d be a lot more humble and have that anger under control, even in the face of criticism. As for the drug dealing, gang banging rappers, I definitely don’t support them by buying their music either. None of you are my role models.

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Anonimouse

Posted at 9:20 AM on February 15, 2012  

Um, you’re only half way done with your probation and you’re showing us ‘tude. You just don’t get it, do you?
You are a convicted felon on probation and just because the Grammy people are idiots and prop you up as their standard bearer, doesn’t change you’re role in society. It might make you fell better in the fakeness of hollyweird, but in society you are still pretty much a scumbag. It is sickening that you can’t show appreciation and humility, instead of the venom.

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