New reports have emerged that Chris hit on women with the unthinkable pickup line, ‘I promise I won’t beat you’. Is there any wonder why he is one of the most hated men in America?
Chris Brown viciously beat Rihanna in 2009 — an action I found unforgivable. But during the same week Chris shared his frustration with the media for not forgetting the past so he can sing, he allegedly made light of the incident in a way that is nothing short of infuriating.
Chris, 22, allegedly asked a female fan, “Can I get your number? I promise I won’t beat you”, Us Weekly reports. While his rep denies it, Chris has a history of violent and aggressive speech, along with a lack of true guilt for his actions.
I think the problem here is that Chris thinks people hate him just because they can’t let go of the past. As one of the millions who honestly hopes his career comes to an end, I can tell you for certain that is not the issue. While he is a monster for what he did to Rihanna, it is so much worse that he has the gall to joke about the incident.
If he were to put his tail between his legs and act humble, maybe people would be less critical. But when Chris uses Twitter for homophobic hate and interviews as opportunities to throw chairs through windows, people see him for what he really is: a hateful blowhard who doesn’t deserve a moment of our time or consideration.
Unless he can come out and seem sincere in his apologies and really try to turn his life around, I wish Chris nothing but professional failure. I don’t need to forgive and forget, and neither do fans.
Are YOU able to give Chris ANOTHER chance, HollywoodLifers?
— William Earl