Thursday, October 22, 2009

Chris Brown's closure

Chris Brown recently did a very personal interview with Angie Martinez on New York's Hot 97 station that I found to be very tasteful and honest.

In the interview the singer spoke very candidly about his remorse with respect to the domestic violence incident with Rhianna and about how he still has very strong feelings for her. He also went on to say that while he doesn't expect the world to forgive him, he is working on growing and trying to be a better person.

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While I don't support domestic violence in any shape, form or fashion I have to honestly say that I believe that Chris Brown has been tried enough in the public eye. He and Rhianna have resolved their situation and really that's all that really matters. What happened was between them and, as a woman, I applaud her for ending the relationship because usually violent relationships don't just magically turn healthy.

But now after months of speculation and talking about it, I agree with Chris that it is time to let him move on with his life. If you choose to like him or support his career based on his actions it is totally a personal choice, because at the end of the day the only person he needs to answer to for his deed is God.

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