Chris Brown’s Real Feelings About ‘Glee’ Episode Diss

Fri, March 22, 2013 5:23pm EDT by 50 Comments
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edwina

Posted at 10:59 AM on April 13, 2013  

you guys, seriously……….let’s not be stupid. the episode is called guilty pleasures. people make it seem as if it’s only the glee cast that hates on the guy. the show is just basically projecting different opinions that people all over the world have. and it was explained in the show that when he performed the bobbi brown song, the character didn’t know about the artist’s past. the song was basically even defending chris brown and the character’s choice. let’s not be daft okay. again, the episode was just showing different viewpoints that people all over the world have. gosh.

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mams

Posted at 2:29 PM on March 29, 2013  

Glee is stupid for doing a bobby brown song instead as if thats better. Very hypocritical

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yellow

Posted at 4:40 PM on March 26, 2013  

Man what the hell is wrong with glee man I swear down the people that writes the script. Bludd we don’t even see you on tv so shut the f**k up wastemans. Anyway is not like he hasn’t apologized enough man leave this guy alone I swear people say you shouldn’t bully and the next you know this is. I used to love glee but now its just getting sad. If Rihanna can forgive him why the f**k can’t you. BOMBOCLAT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I know they were trying to prove a point but this is about music not what happens in celebrities life anyway we have all thouse crime shows to show awareness. Anyway I hope Chris doesn’t let these things get to him because there are actually good hearted people out there who have forgiven him time ago. #TeamBreezy

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charming

Posted at 12:18 PM on March 26, 2013  

i’m 1 that took her side with the photos and all that . but at the end of the day ,both of them really knows what the truth is, it was just a matter of taking the responsibility of what each of them had done to contribute to it . when Riri did the show with Oprah and talked about Chris it make me stop and wonder .

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charming

Posted at 11:54 AM on March 26, 2013  

i wonder how long chris and Riri been fighting and just walking in the light smiling and pretending it was all good until that day that made the world get involved .

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princessjane23

Posted at 2:02 AM on March 25, 2013  

@Alan2 People believed what Frank Ocean said even though he told the cops something different and was proven to have started the fight with Chris. He then later kept adding onto this “story” and feeding the public lies and people believed him. You don’t cut your finger by being jumped and no facial injuries. When he told people 2 weeks later that Chris called him a faggot people attacked Chris, without any real proof. Which he isn’t homophobic but people want to believe he is. This was to get people to pay attention to him and draw attention to the grammy performance and sympathy, because he doesn’t have a strong fanbase. Again all this was hearsay information. People also forget about how he tried to attack Chris last year. People lie against Chris because they hate him and want others to hate him. This is an ongoing problem within society and young kids. We feed them lies and the public lies. Example- You have Fox News feeding the public lies about Obama and people believe it and people hate him for it. How do we stop this from happening?

What is going on in the media is influencing the judgement and ridiculing of others as acceptable. We allow ourselves to be so intrigued and obsessed with celebrities and what they do, that we forget about the reality of what can happen to young kids who are impressionable with what they see. When adults are rude in society and kids see that, they start acting like that because they deem it acceptable. None of this is sending out a good message. We promote the judgment of others for what reason? Why should we judge other based on how they look and not what is inside of a person or attempting to find the cause of the behavior? We need to learn about the person to better our understandings of why people do what they do and find a way to fix it. When we achieve this, than we can better society and change the world.

Sitting here critiquing a celebrities life doesn’t solve societies mishaps. It only makes the problems that we face in society more visible and more severe. We are not getting anywhere by behaving ill-mannered. When people are different and unique society views that as them being crazy. That is preventing young kids from being confident in who they are or finding themselves. When a girl is normal weight, society views that as being fat. Which promotes the eating disorders of young women. When a girl has real boobs, society views that as saggy boobs. Which makes young girls feel uncomfortable in their skin and promotes plastic surgery. The media promotion is all about how you look and what you wear. It is more of the physical appearance than the genuineness of a person inside. Real life people don’t look like celebrities. Real life peoples past is not present. You don’t know them all you know is what you see and hear. We must solve REAL-LIFE PROBLEMS AND STOP USING A CELEBRITY TO END IT. WE ARE PROMOTING THE BEHAVIORS AND CRITICIZING THEM BECAUSE THEY ARE A PUBLIC FIGURE. THAT DOESN’T SOLVE YOUNG KIDS BEING VIOLENT, OVER SEXUALIZING YOUNG GIRLS, GETTING KNOCKED UP AT 14, DRUGS AND ALCOHOL ETC…KIDS ARE FACING THESE PROBLEMS IN SOCIETY. PARENTS ARE THE ONES WHO NEED TO HELP MOLD THEIR CHILDREN TO BE GOOD PEOPLE AND DO THE RIGHT THING, NOT THE MEDIA OR CELEBRITIES.

Think about all of this before commenting again. Now I am done!

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princessjane23

Posted at 12:08 PM on March 23, 2013  

Their next episode should be about bullying and judging others. I think that the writers should do a rape one too. They want to uses someones situation and turn it into a ratings and attention/stunt. Why not touch base on real issues? What they did is bullying and hateful. Since bullying is taking the lives of others, shouldn’t the writers know that they shouldn’t attack people but use a d.v. situation with just fictional people not real people (ie CB and Rihs incident). Though it is okay to try to stand against one awareness but promote bullying? How is this working? So its basically okay to bully people and judge them and its not okay to smack a woman or even if the one hits the man? These stories annoy me.

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Alan2

Posted at 8:27 PM on March 24, 2013  

It’s not about promoting bullying, is that it is RIDICULOUS that there is still people out there defending him. That’s insulting for society. What Glee did was great and exactly what was needed to be said. it’s not cool that people think that what he did was not a big deal.

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princessjane23

Posted at 11:08 PM on March 24, 2013  

What about charlie sheen? I don’t see anyone giving that man hatred like they do to Chris? I don’t see how people can defend the actions of Charlie Sheen. What is the difference? Charlie has a 20+ year history of abusing women, yet Chris did something 1 time to 1 girl at the age of 19 and people are still attacking him.

That is a double standards. What about Chad Johnson and other celebrity niggas who beat their girlfriends/wife? You make it seem like he was the only one and has beaten and attacked Rihanna for 2 years and beat countless women.

Alan what is insulting is judging and not being humane. What is insulting that is happening in society and within schools is people judging and hating others for mistakes and bullying them to suicide for a mistake. That isn’t the example we need to set.

 
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princessjane23

Posted at 11:27 PM on March 24, 2013  

Bullying someone for something they do or showing hatred to someone for what they did, shows that you are an evil and hateful and angry person. You and everyone else is one sided and don’t even know how violent Rihanna was/is. You allow Rihanna abuse towards Chris and her brothers and temper tantrums and violent outburst go unnoticed. Last I checked Chris is working very closely with DV shelters/intervention and even counseling young kids on how to end the cycle. Yes he made a mistake but the way I see it is he is determined not to do it again. So why not give him another chance? Why should we bully and attack someone for one mistake when they are trying to better themselves? Why should we not give people the benefit of the doubt.

In life not everyone is going to condone the things you do, say or wear. That doesn’t mean because we may not condone something that we have to judge and hate and bully those people. WE have to help people who have a problem, that way we can decrease the victims who are abused. If we don’t help those who have a problem or we discourage those who want to better themselves then we are putting more “victims” in harms way.

 
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Alan2

Posted at 12:08 AM on March 25, 2013  

Well I can’t reply on your comments. First of all, I never said that CB was the only one! But he sure was the most explicit case, that doesn’t make it worse or better. The problem is that him and Sheen and all those guys are setting a bad example for the society. What he did was wrong, and it was a big mistake; and we can judge it because he is a public figure. Second, I’m not saying Rihanna was the victim, I say she is a woman with a very low self respect, she doesn’t love herself enough. And let me finish this comment with a serious question: If your boyfriend hit you, and did all the things he did to her, even if he was only 19, Would you forgive him and take him back in your life? Please, be honest.

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princessjane23

Posted at 1:16 AM on March 25, 2013  

Yet we condone his actions within society because he’s white and his victims are “unimportant” because they were not high profiled. We condemn Chris Brown and make his life a living hell because the victim was Rihanna and because he’s black. Charlie is a habitual offender and gets rewarded and praised for his actions. Those celebrities who attacked and bully Chris where were they to defend the women Charlie attacked? Where was the media making Charlie’s life a living hell? Where were those people attacking Chad Johnson or Terrance Howard for attacking their wife? Nowhere, Absolutely nowhere! Using only Chris as an example to end D.V. or send a message to society and not condemn others who do the same is wrong. What message is really being sent? Hate Chris Brown because he’s a monster and the only man who beat a woman. Everyone attacks Chris because of his status, when one person attacks him and gets attention others do the same just to get attention. When Law and Order SVU used the 2009 incident, what happened? Glee used his incident. Why? Because Law and Order got attention and a lot of ratings and publicity.

 
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Alan2

Posted at 1:57 AM on March 25, 2013  

Are you answering me? Because you are not following what I am posting. I never said that Brown was worse than Sheen. I never said that. And it has nothing to do with being white or black, at least not for me. The problem with all of those man is what they did. It is wrong in all colors and religions.
I am starting to believe that you are blind folded by your fanatism for Chris Brown, so this discussion is not leading to anything productive here, it’s a waste of time. So, I just hope you can analize what you are defending and ask yourself if you would allow that in your own life.

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Neicea

Posted at 9:44 PM on March 25, 2013  

@ Alan2… I will answer your question, first of all what gives u the right to say we can judge Chris because of his celebrity status,no one has the right to judge anyone,only GOD has that right. And yes Chris was wrong for what he did to Rih. No one has the right to hit anyone. But at the same time we don’t know what transpired in that car and how one’s temper flares when provoked. And yes I can forgive and go back to my boyfriend if only I knew he has reformed himself and never show signs of regression. Rihanna believes that he can change, that doesn’t make her a woman of low self-respect as u say. And u don’t even know her to be making that comment.We all have flaws,things we need to work on and change,so stop acting like you’re a person without faults,we all have them,some bigger than others.And for the lame TV shows like Glee & Law & Order,they’re only trying to boost ratings at Chris and Rihanna’s expense.Now u tell me,does that make it right to use these two people in such a way for ratings? And I know I wouldn’t want to be judge for a mistake I made 4 yrs ago,would you? This is not a perfect world and there’s no perfect people,so consider yourself before checking the differences of someone else’s actions.

 
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Alan2

Posted at 10:16 PM on March 25, 2013  

@Neicea Well, First, I don’t believe in God, and I make an opinion about him because he is famous. When you become famous you acquire a responsability with society because every single thing you do, will have an impact on your fans. Justin Bieber is the best example for this, and I think we all know why. That’s why I can make an opinion about it, and yes, maybe I don’t know exactly how things happened but it was wrong, And I am truly sorry to hear that you would forgive your boyfriend if he ever did that to you. Have you heard of love? Love is caring, treating that someone like no one else will, taking care of them, touching them like if you were afraid they were going to break; that is love. Would you prefer that or what Brown did to Rihanna? Be honest please. I have nothing against Brown, I just don’t agree with him and I don’t accept him. If you wanna be his fan, great for you, but I think you should be objective on topics like this.
Look, love is awesome, probably the greatest feeling of all, but you have to feel it first for yourself before you feel it for someone else.

 
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Neicea

Posted at 1:27 PM on March 26, 2013  

@ Alan2.. Like I said GOD will judge us all,and I won’t debate religion. I don’t look to celebs to determine my self-worth or how I should live my life,we should have parents for that. U R right on love, it’s also about forgiveness and letting go of hate,malice,grudges.It’s all about being there 4 one another thru hurt, pain,strife,betrayal,joy,happiness,friendship,sharing by simply complimenting with kind words.Helping someone is one of my greatest strenght. Love is just being at peace, the kind of peace only GOD can provide The peace that allows me to sleep at night.Love is hoping & praying for someone to live a good life.And I don’t need u to feel sorry for me. I choose to live my life to the fullest,never looking back to yesterdays. I focus on the future,and I firmly believe in giving people second chances,because I know for myself I would want that as well.We’re all responsible for our own actions,hopefully Chris & Rih realizes it someday.But what these celebrities do shouldn’t deter us one way or the other. They shouldn’t be idolized and looked up to.These are people that entertains, thats it.If we look for anything else other than that we will be sadly disappointed every time,cause once again no one is perfect and we make bad choices in life.

 
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princessjane23

Posted at 10:53 AM on March 23, 2013  

I don’t understand these shows and using him and rihanna situation for ratings. This just goes to show that all that past victims go unnoticed and undefended because they are not high profiled like Rihanna. That is the only reason why people hate him, it is not what he did but to whom he did it too. Charlie Sheen abused all the women he was with, Chris did something at 19 and there is no report of him doing it to another girl. Charlie has a 20+ year history of abusing and attempting to murder the women and nobody cares because the victims are not high profiled enough for the concern of the public and others. This is a disgrace! This is also racism! If Chris did this to some random girl nobody would give a damn but because it was RIHANNA everyone wants to care and show concern? Where were they when Denise Richards was being beaten and almost murdered by Charlie? Where were they when Brooke had that happen?

It is okay for Charlie to throw out death threats, attempt to murder 8 women, shoot a woman and threaten violence in a 20+ year history and people can’t move on from a one time incident from a dude who was 19? Everyone seems to dis-acknowledge Rihannas violent history towards him. That is not fair treatment! Everyone is out concerning themselves with this because of who the VICTIM WAS. Shameful!

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Nix

Posted at 11:05 AM on March 23, 2013  

@princessjane23 I couldn’t have said it better myself.

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Until lify boats oooyea

Posted at 4:59 PM on March 23, 2013  

@ princessjane23 I agree and true that

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Bob

Posted at 10:10 AM on March 24, 2013  

How is it racism, riri is black.

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princessjane23

Posted at 11:13 PM on March 24, 2013  

Because the writers of glee are white and used 2 black males to spew hate. Bullying people is wrong and verbal abuse is wrong. Shut up!

 
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Emme

Posted at 5:24 AM on March 26, 2013  

@princessjane23 You took the words outta my mouth! Except the racism part i agree with eveyrhting you said. I stringly beilive the real reason why he’s being condemned the way he is is not becuase the person he hit is female, but because she’s a fellow superstar. And you forgot to mention that Chris is also a POP/R&B singer and his fans are mostly FEMALE, and that up until the beating became public he’d prohected a nice-guy image. Had he been a rocker or rapper and had cultivated a rough image from the start of his career and had a mostly male following he would not be subjected to this amount of vitriol.

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Emme

Posted at 5:29 AM on March 26, 2013  

COORECTION: @princessjane23 You took the words outta my mouth! Except the racism part i agree with everything you said. I strongly beileve the real reason why he’s being condemned the way he is is not because the person he hit is female, but because she’s a fellow superstar. And you forgot to mention that Chris is also a POP/R&B singer and his fans are mostly FEMALE, and that up until the beating became public he’d projected a nice-guy image. Had he been a rocker or rapper and had cultivated a rough image from the start of his career and had a mostly male following he would not be subjected to this amount of vitriol.

 
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Genna

Posted at 9:35 PM on March 22, 2013  

so finn beats up brody quite viciously, an unprovoked attack (on his part, he had nothing to do with Rachel at this point!!) and in the very next episode, they are hating on violence? WTF Glee?!?!?!

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Kel

Posted at 4:50 AM on March 23, 2013  

Chris Brown beat up a woman. Finn and Brody are not real.

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princessjane23

Posted at 10:39 AM on March 23, 2013  

@Kel What if a woman goes and beats on a man? What would be your reaction? What if Rihanna did that to Chris? Do you think people would act the same? What if it came out that Rihanna self-inflicted her injuries? How was she a domestic violence victim, when after this incident occurred a few months later she started dating drake and then matt for a little over a year. What real D.V. victim does that? A girl who really wasn’t a victim. Matter of fact Kel please explain in full details how ones punched in the face and their eye is not swollen 6+ hours after the incident?

 
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AngieD

Posted at 2:33 PM on March 23, 2013  

1 – Brody grabbed Finn 1st. Finn was walking toward the door when Brody grabbed him. 2 – while I don’t appreciate guy on guy fighting, in a sense, Finn was defending Rachel. 3 – Guy beating girl is never approved. The ladies of Glee were expressing their lack of support for violence against women/domestic violence. 4 – yes, women can inflict inappropriate physical violence upon men, but most men are strong enough to subdue a woman without having to inflict extreme physical injuries.

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Nix

Posted at 7:40 PM on March 22, 2013  

He did a song by Bobby Brown???? c’mon like he’s any better, Whitney Houston (bless her soul) is dead because of what drugs did to her. Glee producers you need to take a step back and look at the bigger picture

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C. W.

Posted at 8:06 PM on March 22, 2013  

I love Whitney but ill be glad when people stop blaming bobby for her being on drugs. They both came from humble beginnings and knew what drugs were and what they can do, how does anyone know she wasn’t doin it before she met him? She had her own mind and will no one forced her….and if rihanna can forgive Chris then the rest of the world needs to move on with their lives it’s their business

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princessjane23

Posted at 10:57 AM on March 23, 2013  

Where did they get him having a battered woman on his neck? Last time I checked it wasn’t and it was a sugar skull. The producer of the show is an ignorant prick and I hope that they get sued for slander. Because this is inappropriate.

 
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DK

Posted at 8:46 PM on March 22, 2013  

Yes, he did do a Bobby Brown song, but then other characters pointed out that he was just as bad. So the show did acknowledge it.

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princessjane23

Posted at 11:02 AM on March 23, 2013  

Exactly and Bobby used to beat Whitney and they failed to acknowledge that and only acknowledge drugs? Though it was proven already that he was not the one who started her on it and it was in fact her brother that did. Real nice! Interesting to know the writers of this show are extremely ignorant and the fans who watch it are as well.

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AngieD

Posted at 3:38 PM on March 23, 2013  

By all reports, Whitney was always at risk for drug use. She saw it growing up and being in the industry. While Bobby may have brought drugs into THEIR home, it was still her choice to start using them, as well as abusing alcohol. She was the older and more successful person in that marriage. She had the choice.

I don’t know Chris Brown’s family history. Was their domestic violence in his family? Is he a victim repeating what he’s lived? He needs to break that cycle…. Frankly, I think his entire relationship with Rhianna has gotten more attention than he would’ve have otherwise had.

As for Rhianna, she wouldn’t be the 1st woman to go back to the man her abused her – sometimes people do earn a second chance. People cite that it’s a bad example to fellow abuse victims. Hopefully, for her sake, Chris Brown proves that he did deserve that 2nd chance from her. It’s possible that he was able to get therapy etc and prove to her that he has changed/knows how to handle his demons. I can certainly understand their desire to have a private relationship, but at some point, if their relationship is healthy, it would benefit the public to know why she gave a 2nd chance and how he changed to allow other domestic abuse victims to know what the signs are for potential success….

What I’d like to see is Glee deal with the topic of domestic violence a bit more… they did it with Coach Beiste being abused and returning to her abuser and the finally leaving her abuser again when she saw that she wasn’t doing what she would’ve had her students do for themselves.

I do think that a show should do a domestic violence storyline where the woman is attractive and successful. It’s ‘easy’ to do a story where the women is not ‘pretty’ or not successful – you can understand why the woman would lack the confidence and stay/return to her abuser. However, people have a hard time understanding why a beautiful successful woman (ie. Rhianna) would stay in abusive relationship – not seeing that beautiful successful women can also have confidence issues.

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CC

Posted at 11:02 PM on March 24, 2013  

Whitney Houston was doing drugs way before Bobby Brown. While her brother and mom were on Oprah The Next Chapter her brother admitted he is the one who introduced it to her at the very beginning of her career and that it was way before Bobby Brown.

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me

Posted at 7:15 PM on March 22, 2013  

The show is really not a hit anyways, doing one of his music would have helped them out, no one looks at that crap anyways! The last time I checked, he only hit her once. Some of these sites don’t always tell the truth, as women, we set our own selves back 400 years, That Jodie Aris chick, prime example!

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yvonne jimenez

Posted at 5:46 PM on March 22, 2013  

The only fool here is Rihanna she has put women back 400 years, for allowing Chris Brown to hit her then if that is not bad enough she goes back to him. What a loser they both deserve each other .TRASH.

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Kimberly

Posted at 6:05 PM on March 22, 2013  

And your pathetic for being so judgmental….you must be a battered woman yourself. People can change he was a kid at the time…grow up!!!

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Gwen

Posted at 7:43 PM on March 22, 2013  

… are you calling ‘battered’ women pathetic?? I think you need to grow up

 
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Kel

Posted at 4:53 AM on March 23, 2013  

He was an adult, aware of his choices. He has talent but that doesn’t erase what he did. Rihanna is the worst example and role model for going back to a man who physically abused her.

 
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Kimberly

Posted at 7:09 AM on March 23, 2013  

Please read thoroughly if want to quote me…..I said you are pathetic to be judgmental!!!!!! I don’t care what u have been through or who you are can judge another being. These people are human also and it’s not your situation to judge.

 
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rah

Posted at 6:39 PM on March 22, 2013  

Rihanna confirmed he was going through a tough time
and he only hit her once and she knew he regretted it
it was one time so she moved on, now they’re both happy

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Shenellica Bettencourt

Posted at 7:02 PM on March 22, 2013  

Rah: Bamp…Wrong information, She confirmed in her last interview about Chris that he hit her at least 8 or 9 times, not once. Huffington post reported on it.

 
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princessjane23

Posted at 10:45 AM on March 23, 2013  

@Shenellica where the hell did you read that? Cause according to her 20/20 interview she said that was the only time he hit her. What would be your reaction if she did that to him? What would have happened if she was the cause of a car accident because she went and attacked him. It is court documents that says she attacked him first in that car and attacked him on other occasions during their 2 year relationship. So are you implying that us women have a right to attack a man and not be hit back?

 
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Shenellica Bettencourt

Posted at 7:03 PM on March 22, 2013  

Yvonne: Nah girl, tell us how you really feel….LOL #truthhurts…

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Cornell Dobson

Posted at 8:22 PM on March 22, 2013  

u kno she hit him few times too. She also said that in the interview. And wat Rah meant was that incident only happen once. duh lol Oh yeah Glee is stupid for doin wat they did. I bet all of them in that group dance to his songs. #hypocrites

 
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JazzCee

Posted at 8:25 PM on March 22, 2013  

OMG, there are so many other things to talk about. PLEASE, those of you that keep hatin on CHRIS need to move on. If the woman he did it to can, let it go. I don’t see anyone talking about Charlie Sheen, the man that slap the bay on the plane. Damn. I saw my sister get hit by her husband, he regretted it and both went to counseling and it never happened again. Of course there is no reason for anyone to hit another person but we are talking 2009 and it seems as though it happened yesterday. Charlie even got another show and people love him

 
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cj

Posted at 8:26 PM on March 22, 2013  

shut up glee and all u haters and go tear down some of the many white guys like charlie sheen who repeatedly abuse women but hollywood and all u idiots love them. but try to tear down black people and demonise black males. he was a teenager who made one error not repeated so u idiots should examine your values. glee is just trying to get headlines and for their show following what law and order did. so its beat up on the blavk guy season. The KKK did the same, blame blacks for everything. Chris Brown is not the reason for the repeated domestic violence which occurs idiots!!!

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Meg

Posted at 8:18 AM on March 23, 2013  

@ yvonne jimenez, I totally agree with you.

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princessjane23

Posted at 10:41 AM on March 23, 2013  

@yvonnne You keep saying he hit her but what about acknowledging the fact that she also abused him? Her dancers said she did, SHE herself said she did, and other people around her said she did. Yet he is the bad person for a one time incident, while she abused him throughout the relationship? That is a double standard right there.

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Guevara-Marley

Posted at 2:27 PM on March 26, 2013  

@PrincessJane You are right. I agree because according to Mijo, CB’s best friend and background dancer, Rihanna has put her hands on him many times. And I know that a person only tolerates so much before they snap. And he snapped. People want to feel sorry for Rihanna, why? Sorry to say but she got what she deserved….Everyone’s parents or paternal figure has told them that “if someone hits you, you hit them back” Chris Brown stated that he was a bedwetter for many years due to his own mother’s abuse with her boyfriend. And It is racist, Robert Downey, Jr, Christian Bale, Charlie Sheen and even Hugh Grant have done far worse things, but are not blackballed. Yet people wanna feel sorry for Rihanna and allow her to take a picture naked on instagram for 3k. Where’s the honor in that?

 
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