In case you haven’t heard, famously even-keeled Chris Brown trashed his dressing room at GMA this morning after host Robin Roberts asked him about that whole Rihanna “thing.” The singer clearly was not in any mood to discuss the assault on his then-girlfriend and told Roberts that it was all “in the past.” And what better way to show growth as a person than by violently acting out Jersey-Shore-Ronnie style? (Cut to his publicist preparing to commit suicide.)
After Chris finished breaking windows with chairs and whatnot (and let’s be honest — who DOESN’T do that after being grilled by the famously intimidating Robin Roberts), he then tweeted, â€œIâ€™m so over people bringing this past s**t up!!! Yet we praise Charlie sheen and other celebs for there bulls**t.â€
Believe it or not, the singer raises an interesting point. Why does Chris Brown get vilified while Charlie Sheen earns praise? Obviously the situations are different, but they’re also very similar. Is it a race issue? Is it a mental stability issue? If Chris Brown had beaten up a porn star instead of Rihanna, would we care? And does the fact that no one actually takes Charlie Sheen seriously make a difference (as opposed to Chris Brown, who actually does have considerable respect as a musician and dancer)?
Also, who would win in a fight: Chris Brown or the aforementioned Ronnie from Jersey Shore?
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