Chris Brown is whiny bitch, wishes people would focus on the music

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Here’s what happened yesterday: Chris Brown came to the GMA studio early in the morning, and GMA producers and anchor Robin Roberts talked to Chris and his people and they got the okay to talk on camera about how Chris Brown beat the hell out of Rihanna, and everything after that. The interview – a brief affair lasting less than five minutes – went forward, and it was obvious that Chris began to tense up as Robin continued to ask questions relating to the incident. Some might even say that Chris looked like he might want to punch Robin in the face, although she’s not scared of him – she said later that she’s “pulling for the guy.” Anyhoodle, after the interview, Chris stormed off the set, started screaming at his people and the GMA people and then he smashed a chair into a window. Glass fell onto the New York street, security was called, but Chris wasn’t done. He was supposed to do one more performance, but when a producer tried to remind Chris, he faced off with the guy. At some point, Chris ripped off his shirt and left it off, walking out of the studio shirtless to the delight of the one paparazzo who snapped pics.

So… what does this all mean? Chris is still on probation for the Rihanna beat down, but there is a lot of confusion as to whether this incident will affect his probation whatsoever. Radar claims that GMA staffers didn’t get the NYPD involved, so because there was no police action, it won’t affect Chris. TMZ has a source who claims that the cops were called, but they also have a NYPD source who says that no officers were dispatched. In the chance (however small) that there was some police action, TMZ guesses at the possible charges: vandalism (for the window and the trashed dressing room) and assault on the passersby(s) on the street who might have been hit by falling glass.

Beyond the small chance, the remote possibility that there could be some longer-term repercussions for Chris, what does this incident mean? Well, it’s given him yet another forum to act like a whiny little bitch. People Magazine (celebrity bible) has an article up using quotes from a source close to Chris. The source has the same delusions as Chris, so you be the judge:

Chris Brown’s latest album F.A.M.E. may signify a new beginning for him, but the singer can’t seem to avoid questions about pleading guilty to felony assault against ex-girlfriend Rihanna almost two years ago.

Brown, 21, who lost his temper Tuesday morning after an interview on Good Morning America with Robin Roberts in which she asked about Rihanna, “is upset” by what transpired on the show, a source tells PEOPLE.

“He’s been trying to move on from his past and focus on his music, and he’s finally putting out an album,” the source says. “Why can’t we focus on that? He makes great music and he loves his fans. He’s a good kid.”

Even before the live GMA segment, another source says rehearsals were “tense,” at one point causing Brown to “flip out” even before his appearance.

But his tone shifted later, and Brown took to Twitter to talk up his album and praise his fans. “Thank you to everyone who supports my music!!!” he wrote. “Key Word (music) !!! Love y’all.”

This came in response to an outpouring of support from fans. “The media is just trying to bring you down,” one Brown devotee Tweeted. “DON’T LET THEM!!!!!”

Brown, who continued the promotional rounds and continued Tweeting on Tuesday afternoon, also received Twitter love from fellow hip-hop artists, including Diddy and Keri Hilson.

“Yall go out & get my boy @chrisbrown’s new album ‘F.A.M.E’ in stores TODAAAAY!!!” Brown’s “Superhuman” collaborator Hilson wrote. “His talent is undeniable. I’m proud of you, CB!! Love you!”

[From People]

That made me sick. “He makes great music and he loves his fans. He’s a good kid.” NO. He’s not. Good kids don’t beat the hell out of their girlfriends. Good kids don’t throw violent temper tantrums and smash windows.

At some point, however, my absolute loathing for Chris has become less about the one incident with Rihanna, and more about everything that came after: his raging ignorance, narcissism, his lack of remorse, his insensitivity, etc. Look at the characteristics of a psychopath and tell me you aren’t wondering if Chris will one day, probably very soon, kill someone. And I’m sure that when he does, it will be somebody else’s fault.

UPDATE: TMZ reports this morning that ABC isn’t pressing charges against Chris. TMZ’s NYPD sources say that because there is no “complaining victim,” there is no investigation to conduct. What the hell, ABC?

By the way, these are photos of Chris several hours after the GMA incident. Yeah, I know. He looks all broken up.

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Photos courtesy of Fame.

 

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  1. brin says:

    I just watched GMA and my jaw dropped….they were almost apologizing to him and extended him an invitation to come back anytime. This condoning of bad celeb behavior is nuts.

  2. Samigirl says:

    I think Robin handled the interview very well. “We’re gonna talk about that in a few minutes, but…” I LOVE RR and I was really thinking at any moment Chris was going to punch her in the face. This guy makes me sick. I don’t like him, I don’t like his music, and no, he isn’t a good kid.

  3. Danni111972 says:

    I agree with Chris. He was there to promote an album(cd)not to discuss beating the brakes off of Rhianna. I think GMA was trying to be slick when they asked those questions and that’s why they are not pressing charges. Leave the boy alone. Go mess with Mel or Charlie.

  4. neo says:

    @Danni111972

    so you agree with a dangerous imbecile? nice……..

  5. TT says:

    Ug. I hate this kid’s smug face. Can someone beat the hell out of HIM?

  6. Newbie says:

    I just don’t understand how people can support and condone this sort of behavior. It’s all very easy to give people a pass when the victim is someone you don’t know. If he beat the hell out of your mother, your sister or someone else you love, you’d be singing a different tune.

  7. Vee says:

    This is how the Mel’s and Charlie’s of the world are created. “Stars” getting away with bad behavior for years, major studios enabling them and pandering to them. It’s truly disgusting but not surprising.

  8. brin says:

    Robin Roberts said this morning that Chris Brown was told in advance that they would be talking about the Rhianna beating so he was not blindsided.

  9. helen says:

    He doesn’t even have the brains to try and keep his head down and be quiet after each display of rage and violence. Just struts around looking pleased with himself. Sad thing is that there will always be people who think it’s a good thing that he hits women and smashes windows and acts like a dick- and agree that he should be proud of himself. And he listens to them and ignores everyone else.

  10. I do not condone Chris’s behavior at all. I think he needs to be in treatment for a personality disorder, not exactly a psychopath, I don’t believe. BUT! The very first thing RR said to him was about his probation and the incident. She should have started talking about the CD and warmed him up to those questions. His actions after the fact did nothing to improve the public’s opinion of him. Is there no one in his camp that can get through to him?!

  11. Johnny Depp's Girl says:

    This guy shouldnt even have a new albumn out! He shouldnt even be on the radar anymore.

    This is what they expose our kids to as ROLE MODELS!

  12. Meghan says:

    Just like Lindsay Lohan, he is not a KID anymore.

  13. really says:

    whinny little bitch! this punk should have the brakes beat out of him, and then maybe then and only then will this be justice!

  14. echolocate says:

    If he wanted to stop talking about Rihanna, he should never have told people that the primary meaning of the acronym “F.A.M.E.” is “For All My Enemies.” The alternate one praising his fans is something he cobbled together because he knew (or was told, more likely) that the real meaning would put people off. He has never been able to convincingly show that he was sorry. He was free to keep that alternate meaning in his head if he wanted to, but he had to broadcast it instead of schmoozing and charming everyone by saying how it was wrong of him but he was able to see the error of his ways and is so grateful to his fans. Lying: expected of celebrities and less shocking than violence.

    And he’s going to have to accept that people are more shocked when someone beats the hell out of a pop star with a bigger name than when Charlie Sheen beats up women whose motives are seen as suspect (escorts, prostitutes, women suspected of gold-digging). I don’t agree with the distinction, and I’m as nauseated by Charlie as I am by Chris. But beating up a major star and breaking a window at a major network indicate that he really has no bounds and is unconcerned about consequences or whether people will believe him over his accuser. I get the impression that he would beat up President Obama if he said the wrong thing to him on the wrong day.

    Not only can’t he take criticism, but he will beat you or your property down if you criticize him–not cry in his room or get depressed. Then he’ll strut through the streets like the city’s an arena and he’s in the WWE.

    He seemed to carry himself with more maturity in his teens than he does now. Even his facial expressions make him look like he’s losing IQ points as he ages, and he seemed like he was high or coming down off of being high when he was on GMA.

  15. Lenn says:

    The look in this boys eyes is quite possibly the dumbest, most spoiled look I’ve ever seen. He radiates stupidity and arrogance.

  16. Disbelieving says:

    I cannot for the life of me understand why anyone would think he shouldn’t have to answer questions about his past actions in whatever venue he is in. Part of any atonement, always, includes accepting responsibility. He, clearly, has not. A very heartfelt and humble “I was very wrong to hurt a woman I loved and cared for. I have sought treatment for my problems and, hopefully, I will continue the rest of my life without repeating them.” RR gave him that opportunity and he chose not to take it. Instead, he chose to behave in a fashion that confirms all my beliefs about his arrogant, misogynistic narcissism.

    Anyone who says that he should not have been asked those questions really need to examine their thought processes. No one in our society should get a pass on their responsibilities and be allowed to bury their crap under a rug because the stink is going to affect all of us.

  17. Dominique says:

    He’s lucky people forgave him enough to support another album and have him on their show. If I was head of a network, I wouldn’t want him on until he showed a little remorse, which I do not believe he sincerely has. He’s a dangerous person as this most recent outburst shows. I am about forgiving, but perhaps after his probation is over and he has truly served his sentence and shown he is remorseful can I be more accepting.

  18. kmn says:

    Chris is upset about the incident? REALLY? Chris is the cause of the incident. The People magazine article is absolutely sickening and sounds like it was written by his publicist. It’s the same tone that has pervaded his entire history – “I’m a victim, It’s everyone else’s fault, Poor me.” It’s inexcusable and frankly I’m so disappointed that ABC and GMA didn’t call the police so he was thrown in jail where he belongs.

    The media is setting a dangerous precedent here because if he can get away with such a blatant &and uncalled for fit of rage on such a public scale, then do you think he’s ever really going to change his behavior at ALL? If anything, the worst is to come with Chris. As much as I hate to say it, with his combination of ego, aggression, entitlement, and lack of understanding about consequences, I’m sure this is not the last violent outburst we’ll see. I just wonder who’s face will be pummeled next.

  19. Marianne says:

    I can’t believe that their are people who are condoning his behavior either. I love how people try to justify it by saying we all mistakes…like yeah the time I wore heels shopping -THAT was a mistake…I didn’t go and beat someone up.

    And obviously he’s not a changed man if he’s smashing windows. He still doesn’t know how to control his temper. And Chris, you don’t like the questions being asked? Don’t be a celebrity. RDJ’s drug past still gets brought up time to time, and at least he can poke fun at himself.

  20. mln76 says:

    Yeah he knew the questions were going to be asked they told him ahead of time. He is just a punk and a whiner and he needs to go back to jail.

    But unfortunately he is right about the Charlie Sheen b.s. everyone thinks he’s so funny but all he does is beat up women. Why isn’t violence against women taken more seriously in our culture?

  21. nanster says:

    Please, people – don’t buy this whiny be-otch’s new album. Stop him and his career the only way that you can – by not filling his wallet with money!

  22. Delta Juliet says:

    I don’t even know where to start with this punk-ass waste of space.

    First of all, he isn’t contrite, he isn’t remorseful, and he makes it all about him. “I’ve moved passed it”, “Everything I’ve been through”. If he ever came forward, truly apologized, made it about his victim, maybe people would move on (oh, and not throwing more temper tantrums might help too).

    This guy not only beat the hell out of another person, someone he “loved”, he bit her for crying out loud. What normal, sane person BITES someone? He’s a dog, and he should be treated as a dog. Actually, if they wanted to put him to sleep or at least lock him in a crate, I think the world would be better off.

    I can’t even adequately express my loathing for this guy. Ugh……..

    That “good kid” comment makes me stabby.

  23. irishserra says:

    Gawd, that kid is ugly. Ugh. Chris Brown is a punk who gets a way with shit. The more he gets away with the deeper down the hole he will go. As for his defenders, low IQ morons, not much else going on in those heads of theirs.

  24. womanfromthenorth says:

    @Disbelieving

    Well said! He needs to F A D E away…

  25. zeishy says:

    I was once one of his fans ,but not anymore,this is trully dissapointing,they should have just locked him up ages ago.

  26. sandip says:

    He needs to shut up and let the music talk for him. He made his first mistake by never really admitting what he did and that he was sorry.

  27. LindyLou says:

    I read the characteristics of a psychopath and it very eerily describes CB to a T. Once his career nosedives – and it WILL, I wouldn’t want to be anywhere near that kid when people stop giving him what he wants. More anger and violence to come – guaranteed!

  28. Crash2GO2 says:

    Yeah, we wish you would have focused on the music too Chris. Instead you had to beat up your girlfriend.

    You made your bed, now you’re lying in it.

  29. lexirei says:

    He keeps proving to be a bigger a-hole. I am ashamed to admit that I supported him at first. At this point, he and Charlie Sheen should go away somewhere. Sick of both of them.

  30. Relli says:

    I concur its all the thing he has done since the Rhianna beat down that has me appalled. Lets not forget the fake tears during the Michael Jackson tribute, where he allegedly was “having a moment” with the man in the mirror. Ugh. He may be talented (never heard his music other than that gum commercial, not my scene)but the ugliness of his persona is over shadowing EVERYTHING he may have going for him. I guess his mama never taught him any manners.

  31. Cheyenne says:

    That boy needs someone to do a number on his butt with a two-by-four.

  32. Hellencatherine says:

    Be not judges of others, and you will not be judged: do not give punishment to others, and you will not get punishment yourselves: make others free, and you will be made free

  33. Someone Else says:

    So I’m thinking we should fill up a bus, head to NY for the next GMA and totally trash the place.

    Hell, why not? Since you don’t get arrested for vandalism anymore — even when you’re a Felon on Probation.

    I’ve decided to boycott both ABC and CBS because they continue to enable abusers.

  34. Alex says:

    Does anyone else find him to be completely fugly? I can’t see one thing to be attracted to… fugly inside and out

  35. Anon73 says:

    i am convinced there is something seriously WRONG with this guy. as in SCARY WRONG.

    who does not get upset or angry ? but to react the way he did — busting up a dressing room, smashing a window, storming out half-naked — is mental.

    as in seriously mental, ESPECIALLY if he did that in a normal state of mind (IE, not drunk or high). AS IN THAT IS HOW HE THINKS AND BEHAVES IN HIS NORMAL THINKING.

    IN ADDITION to how he beat the sh*z out of Rihanna a while back.

    Prediction : we are going to hear how Brown shoots his publicist or manager at some point for “ruining” his career. Bet on it.

    No wonder GMA is trying to downplay things, they are trying to protect themselves from Brown coming back and going postal on THEM !

  36. phlyfiremama says:

    Urkel Rodman. Hahaha, thank you Michael D! Perfect.

  37. Liana says:

    and in a moment of irony, there’s an ad for Chris Brown’s new album to the right of this post at the moment.

  38. lucy2 says:

    Well, I wish he’d go away. Looks like neither of us gets our wish.

    Sooner or later he’s going to flip out on the wrong person.

  39. dubdub2000 says:

    I agree, to me the issue isn’t what he did anymore but what he has done and said since. he has consistently positiioned himself as a victim: his narcissism is boundless. He has not gained in maturity and his lack of intelligence shows when he BRAGS about finishing a DV course, who the hell brags about that?! It would be like bragging about registering as a sex offender! He just seems to have no sense of the gravity of his behaviour. Hitting someone, anyone, is NOT a “mistake”

    This was his chance to redeem himself but he blew it. I soooooo wanted ABC to press charges and for him to go to jail for 6 months or so , so he would FINALLY “get it”. Sigh. That boy is REALLY talented and it’s such a waste on him.

    All celebs that have messed up or had legal troubles on that kinda of scale get asked about it for years on end afterwards and depending on how they deal with it for the rest of their career.

    Robert Downey Jr. has recovered nicely but once upon a time he was major tabloid fodder. Lindsay Lohan is a t- totalling mother teresa compared to the trouble he got into! Since then and to this day he is asked about his drug addiction, his crazy behavior then and his days in jail . RDJ not being an idiot often refers to these incidents himself so he can frame them in a positive manner WHILE taking responsibility. He manages to make fun of himself and have people on his side!

    Same thing for, of all people, Tommy Lee. He spent a good while in jail for domestic abuse against Pamela Anderson, and he was for a good while constantly asked about this. He didn’t punk out.

    Should Mel Gibson ever find his mind again or Lindsay Lohan or say Charlie Sheen they will also have to deal with the consequences, natural curiosities and poking and proding of the media about said issues for years to come. Depending on how they address things this will either help their resurgence or bury their careers. It’s up to them.

    Bottomline:Grow up & own it.

  40. orion70 says:

    I don’t think the police have to be called in order to breach a probation order, depending on the conditions, which are typically to be of good behavior etc, if your probation officer catches wind of it, well…

  41. Camille says:

    Anything to get publicity for his new CD eh. Chris Brown utterly disgusts me.

  42. gg says:

    Well, his new song’s number 1 in popularity on iTunes – I just heard on Inside Edition.

    So, defenders, he’s getting a pass, because he’s making money off this crap just like Charlie Sheen. Hope yer happy.

  43. Eve says:

    @ gg:

    Not only he’s getting a pass, but apparently he’s also being rewarded for his stupid, psychopathic behaviour.

    His supporters sicken me just like himself.

  44. ordinarygirl86 says:

    This fucker doesn’t deserve an increase in celebrity status that he’s attained since he bashed Rihanna’s face in! What’s awful is the response I’ve seen by his fans as accepting of his abusive behavior and violent outbursts SMH….they’ve pushed him to number one- now he’s going to think he’s invincible!