Chris Brown Enraged by Good Morning America (Video Inside)
The Story: Written by Maurice Lofton
Just when you thought everything was looking good for Chris Brown, he runs into another issue with antagonizing press! As you all may know, his anticipated “F.A.M.E” album drops today, which means….PUBLICITY!! He goes on Good Morning America for an interview with Robin Roberts, who of course addresses his infamous domestic violence incident with Rihanna. Brown didn’t like that at all, which led him to avoid the questions over and over. According to ABC News New York, after his performance, Brown stormed into the dressing room screaming extremely loud, leading to the summoning of security. Brown then proceeded even more hostile, by throwing a chair at the window, causing it to shatter across 43rd & Broadway, before ripping his shirt off and storming out the building!
Shortly after leaving the scene, he posted on twitter the following statement:
“I’m so over people bringing this past s**t up!!! Yet we praise Charlie Sheen and other celebs for there bulls**t.”
My View: Written by Randy C. Bonds
While I don’t agree with him storming out the way he did, he definitely made a valid point. I’ve heard nothing but comedy & mockery in regards to the Charlie Sheen incident. “Bi-Winning” has been everyone’s favorite anthem lately, causing Charlie Sheen to get all types of publicity lately. Yet, we have Chris Brown, who’s incident took place well over 2 years ago, and the media still isn’t well rounded enough to find something more current and positive to focus on, such as his new album.
Forgiving All My Enemies is where the acronym, “F.A.M.E.” came from, but that’s hard to do when the enemies keep throwing his past in his face. He’s a young man, trying to get himself back together, and move on, and that’s what needs to be focused on. He tried over and over to deviate away from the past drama, and focus on the future success of the album, continually reminding GMA that he was there to talk about the ALBUM. However, they kept picking at his scab, and he reacted in the way that someone with that much pressure on their shoulders would react.
Again, I’m not saying it’s right, and I don’t approve of his reaction. However, I do feel that if the media would let go of his past, and be creative enough to compose a positive angle to talk about, then problems like this could easily be avoided. He’s really just a young man who’s crying out for help, but people rather criticize him than empathize with him. Fans Are My Everything is the other meaning of his new album, “F.A.M.E.”, and prayerfully, people will begin to focus on that aspect, and leave the pass in the pass.
Check out the interview below.