Chris Brown’s pickup line: “Can I get your number? I promise I won’t beat you”

This headline kind of speaks for itself, and it’s in US Weekly so it sounds like more than just a rumor. First we’ll recap yesterday’s story, in which Chris Brown lashed out, via Twitter, at people who dared question his Grammy win and performances in light of his domestic violence conviction. He wrote, in part, “HATE ALL U WANT BECUZ I GOT A GRAMMY Now! That’s the ultimate F**K OFF!” Chris deleted those tweets but the damage was already done. Radar online had a follow-up story that claimed Chris’ mom put him on blast for being such a petty whiny bitch, as usual. They quoted an insider who had this to say about his mom’s response:

“Joyce is absolutely livid that those vile words and rants were posted on Chris’ Twitter page. She isn’t buying his excuse that he didn’t post it and she has told him that it is his Twitter page, and only he should be posting to it, period,” a source close to the situation tells

“She feels like people were just waiting for a negative reaction to what others were saying about him. She had begged Chris to just ignore it and she is just beside herself that after such successful performances at the Grammys and winning the award, people are now talking about this Twitter controversy.”

[From Radar]

I’m sure his management team was worried too. Last month, Chris’ manager, Tina Brown, told the press that her client would not be doing any interviews for 2012, probably because they knew they couldn’t avoid angry outbursts like the window-smashing incident at GMA.

Chris deleted his entire Twitter feed apart from 11 tweets, but the damage was already done. While some fools were tweeting yesterday that they would let him beat them, the twitter topic “RIP Chris Brown” was trending after his outburst.

Getting back to the headline story, here’s US’ report on the obnoxious pickup line Chris regularly uses. This is yet another example of how he has no understanding of the gravity of what he did to Rihanna. He doesn’t care, and he’ll joke about it:

Chris Brown… confidently approached an attractive brunette February 10 at [a] Grammy gift lounge and asked her, “Can I get your number? I promise I won’t beat you!” the woman tells Hot Stuff. [US Weekly].

“He and his friends laughed, then one yelled, ‘That’s his new line!’ Ugh! I wanted to throw up!” (Says Brown’s rep, “I’d be surprised if Chris said something that stupid.”)

[From US Weekly, print edition, February 27, 2012]

Isn’t his rep’s response priceless? It’s like “he could have said something that stupid, but we’ve been coaching him on it forever.”

Meanwhile Rihanna celebrated her 24th birthday on Monday night with a party in Beverly Hills. Reports claimed that Chris was there, which makes it sound as if they’re at least friendly. We’ve heard rumors for some time that they’ve been hooking up, but that Rihanna’s people have urged her to stay away from her abuser.

Chris is shown performing in October (credit: WENN) and out in December (credit: Fame). He’s also shown yesterday. (credit: Fame/Flynet)

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  1. Samanthalous says:

    Where is Usher when you need him.

  2. TruthTella says:

    You know i HIGHLY doubt he even said that and about the tweets they wern’t directed at EVERYBODY they were directed at twitter trolls who were hounding him 24/7, which i can understand because music stans (AKA trolls) are highly delusional and go on and on and on lol
    Anyway I think we should just get over this vendetta, there are tons of celebs that Have beaten women more than once and nobody says anything about it so why the extreme reaction to Chris? (Not that I condone what he did).

    • Jules says:

      Tons of celebs? Like who for example? Brown is a total tool.

    • Roma says:

      “Not that I condone what he did.”

      Umm, hate to be the one to point it out but your whole post was condoning his behaviour.

      • NotaBitterBetty says:

        Exactly. The fact that you had to ‘clarify’ in parentheses says it all.

      • TruthTella says:

        I wasn’t condoning his behaviour i was asking why everybody is so intent in making him pay for life while others that have done the same are never mentioned and are allowed to carry on with their careers unhindered, what’s good for one should be good for all IMO.

      • DreamyK says:

        @TruthTell The internet is full of Concern Trolls. My question to you would be why you are on the internet essentially chastising people who have chosen to not overlook Chris Beat Her Down Brown’s BS. The “man” didn’t just put his girlfriend in the hospital by his fists, and he also didn’t just beat up his girlfriend once, he did it time and time again. And it wasn’t just beating with his fists. He bit her ear and her arm while she was trying to defend herself. He himself is a product of a woman beating home. I’m pretty sick of people throwing down the race card on this one,too: i.e. they forgave Charlie Sheen and he did xyz blah blah blah. No, Charlie Sheen is not forgiven either. He’s an asshat too.

    • janet says:

      Get over it ???? Are u serious ??? And please get the list going of other “worse” hollywood beaters. If anyone relevant ive heard of is on there then i hate them too. :-) also its noteworthy to say Brown was found guilty.

      • Freddie says:

        Christian Slater was convicted of assaulting his girlfriend in 1997.Bill Murray was accused of abusing his wife in her 2008 divorce papers.Gary Busey was booked on misdemeanor spousal battery in 1999.Nicholas Cage was arrested on charges of domestic abuse battery in 2011. And lets not forget Charlie Sheen who beats ladies up on the regular… and Sean Connery who publicly states he sees no problem with it. Then there’s Glen Campbell, who performed on the same Grammy show as Chris Brown, who beat the shit out of Tanya Tucker for a couple of years. It should also be mentioned that these are/were all grown ass men not some 19 year old kid.

        I’m not defending Chris Brown, I think all these dudes should get the same amount of vitriol that he does. There’s an obvious issue rarely discussed about the whole situation though and that’s that you all might be racists.

      • Flan says:

        Thanks Freddie, for listing them.

        Don’t think Slater has much of a career still. The others will all go on my celebrity no-support list ;)

        Knew about Connery for a long time and have never gone to any movie he has been in since.

      • cici says:

        how about TERRENCE HOWARD – his career is at a PEAK right now despite having a documented history of violent abuse against wife/gf. He’s not white, the last time I checked.

      • nobodystan says:

        You could list 50 more Freddie, and it would not change anything. There’s always some excuse given for certain people (he’s an alcoholic… or he’s a drug addict… or he’s mentally ill) and for others they will never be able to apologize enough.

        Just look at how the media and the public view similar situations in VERY different ways: Kate Gosselin vs. Nadya Sulman, Ellin Woods vs. Vanessa Bryant, or Charlie Sheen vs. Chris Brown. Now I think parents should provide for their children and a uterus is not a clown car, period. And nobody, man or woman, deserves these ridiculous multi-million dollar divorce settlements when they came into the marriage as a nanny, pool boy, or whatever. And anyone who beats a woman should go kick rocks off a short pier. In each of these situations the fairer ones always fare better in the media. Am I wrong? What about Mel and Gabriel’s custody battles? Defending their children from violent racists landed Oksana and Halle in the media/public’s crosshairs.

        By pointing this out, it somehow means I (and anyone else) is playing the race card. Yeah, and we started the class war too.

    • Flan says:

      That again.

      Mel Gibson has been whining about deserving a second chance too, but he’s been suffering more than CB.

      CB just got a Grammy, while Gibson is nowhere close to being the triple A star he once was.

    • Capella says:


      There is a simple reason of why we are not able to get over his beating Rihanna: His constant lack of demonstrative remorse.

      Look, the truth of the matter is, if TMZ has not gotten hold of that famous picture – remember THAT PICTURE – we wouldn’t be making such a big deal of Chris’ behavior. And you would be right. Three years later, it would’ve been way past time to forgive and let go.

      But after his jet-skiing THREE days after beating his girlfriend’s face to a bloody pulp, after his crashing windows, his throwing chairs during interviews, his ripping his shirt and walking away mad, in the middle of interviews, his constant idiotic twittering showing how un-remorseful he truly is, you have to add a few things that are simply not making this go away:

      + P. Diddy supported him, and told everyone to calm down, that it’s no big deal. I think his own words were along the line that it was normal young-couple fighting, and that they should work it out together;

      + Rihanna who was very much ready to forgive him, and had also minimized the situation, and had clearly stated that she was at fault too… Until TMZ got hold of that famous picture, and cornered her into acting accordingly: stop blaming herself, the victim, and put the blame where it belongs, the abuser;

      + The Grammys acting like he is some long lost hero. Not a convicted felon, and a remorseless beater of women.

      You put all this together, and

      = Chris Brown has become the poster child for abusers: unrepentant, unapologetic. Unforgivable.

      Just a matter of circumstances where Chris’ poor behavior was brought to the forefront constantly by his supporters. In the 21st century, we women have had enough, and will not be blinded by Hollywood magic, and have opted to make sure that unlike the very forgiving music industry, as well as the lenient-on-punishment legal system, we punish the abuser accordingly, as long as he keeps acting like an unrepentant ass.

      • Asli says:

        I didn’t think I could hate P. Douchebag any more.

        Thank you for summing up perfectly what the problem is about and why we shouldn’t ”just get over it”. Great job.

      • Flan says:

        Diddy or whatever he calls himself always gave off vibes of thinking women are less, like in that bizarre girls band reality show he had.

        Usher is the one I respect here, not any of the others.

      • Nikki Girl says:

        You hit the nail on the head! That’s my problem too- he is and has never, EVER been apologetic about it and has never acted like what he did was wrong. He clearly thinks he did nothing wrong, and is constantly so defensive and negative about his actions, and time and time again shows his lack of remorse, responsibility, culpability, and maturity.

        He is a piece of sh*t, plain and simple.

      • Capella says:

        There is a reason why Roman Polanski movies, no matter their “genius”, don’t do so well anymore: because of unforgiving women like myself.

        I don’t watch any Mel Gibson movies, produced or otherwise. I don’t watch any Polanski movies. I don’t watch anything Sheen does. And I certainly never liked Sean Connery, even before his known abuse, just because I found him disgusting as James Bond (my favorite is Mr. amazing blue eyes Remington Steel.)

        Also, know that whether convicted or not, in today’s world, and double-edged sword that is paparazzi “media”, if one of the listed above beat on a woman, her picture would be out in the blink of an eye just like Rihanna’s. And like Chris B., the abuser would have no where to hide, and no choice but pay his dues publicly. Times have changed. As our views and tolerance on anything abuse.

      • YEP_ITS_HER says:

        You are officially my new personal hero. Perfect post. Might tweet it to CB. Haha

      • jess says:

        Agree. I remember after is happened alot of other artists were hoping that him and rhianna would get back together. I cant remember all of them but i think kelly rowland was one of them. I just find it really disturbing that after that pic came out people can still support him. If Rhianna is really hooking up with him again, then I cant feel sorry for her when he hurts her again.

      • Kristin says:

        THANK YOU! I am so sick of his supporters making comments like “he deserves a second chance”, “he just made a mistake”, “we need to let it go”, blah blah blah. That may very well be true, but it is impossible to give this idiot a true second chance and forgive him when his own words and actions demonstrate that he really, genuinely doesn’t think he did anything wrong. Had he shown GENUINE remorse and come across as even a little sincere in his regret, people like me probably wouldn’t still harbor such resentment for him. But rather every comment and action from him since nearly beating his girlfriend to death has been self-serving and generally just a load of crap. Instead of acting genuinely remorseful, his attitude from day 1 has been defiant and combative, with him blasting anyone who dared to take issue with what he had done. He beat the hell out of a girl (and by all accounts, it wasn’t the first time)and his general attitude has been one of disbelief in that he almost seemed confused as to why people were so disgusted with him. All he has done is bitch and whine and make himself into a victim. That is not the attitude of someone who is sincerely sorry about his actions. He lashed out at Oprah for having just Rihanna on her show and not him, like he was the vicitm. Anyone who has publicly asked him about the beating has been treated up-close and personal to his violent temper, with him throwing tantrums and chairs through windows. He made all the interview rounds after the beating talking and trying to repair his image, but the second Rihanna made a public statement he issued a statement about how he basically wished she would shut up and keep things private. Apparently as an abuser he is allowed to blab to anyone with a camera or microphone but his actual victim needs to keep her mouth shut.

        And lastly, I know this isn’t really what this post is about but I still have to say it: I was beyond disgusted by how many idiot bloggers went to his defense afterward and concocted all these outlandish theories about how it was actually “her fault.” And how it was understandable that he would beat her after her attacking him, i.e., crap like that. Really? Because I saw his mug shot and that son of a bitch didn’t have a mark on him. It’s truly pathetic how our society glorifies celebrities to the point where we are willing to forgive just about anything. If he weren’t famous there would not be a single one of you supporters who would still have his back. The hypocrisy is appalling. It always reminds me of a bit Chris Rock did years ago where he was talking about the O.J. Simpson trial. He made the accurate point that the verdict was less about race than it was about fame, and that if he were just a bus driver, he wouldn’t even be “O.J.”, he’d just be “Orenthal James- the bus-driving murderer.” So sadly true. In the end, violence is violence no matter how much you try and sugar-coat and present it as something else. Beating your girlfriend as severely as he did is not a “mistake.” Me accidently forgetting a friend’s birthday is a “mistake.” And the simple fact that people are not lining up to forget and forgive him IS HIS OWN DOING!!!

      • Capella says:

        @YEP_ITS_HER , as long as you make sure to link him back to me, and to give me credit, because I still have a few other “words” to share with him.

        @gg, saw that today. Have to say, unfortunately, Rihanna’s actions are not helping him understand what he did was wrong. His victim does not think it’s such a big deal, why should he.

        That is why I feel as someone who is part of what made him, could also un-make him. I am the consumer. Your behavior decides if I put money in your pocket. My behavior, as a collective, could also make sure the sting of my lack of support of your product, forces you to reflect on your behavior, and shames you into acting accordingly.

    • Tiffany says:

      “there are tons of celebs that Have beaten women more than once and nobody says anything about it”

      Maybe nobody YOU know. Get out more.

      • TruthTella says:

        UM… i did actually post a list of male celebs that have but for some reason it was deleted, also i know women who have suffered domestic violence and i was not excusing CB what he did i was asking why he gets so much vitriol but others are allowed to carry on as normal???

      • Tiffany says:

        My point was that you are generalizing WAY too much when you say nobody cares when other stars do it. For example, just because R. Kelly is supported by a small number of consumers, that still suggests that they MAJORITY of consumers do not support him. You have to keep in mind that we have a country of 300 million people. Charlie Sheen lost his show, Christian Slater hasn’t been in demand for about 2 decades now, and audiences won’t go to Mel Gibson movies. If you have to dig back to people like Glen Campbell and Sean Connery, you are reaching for examples. These two guys aren’t in projects right now, young people don’t know who they are, and if they do they are unaware of their domestic violence issues that happened decades ago.

        Chris Brown’s situation is influenced by the fact that America knew the victim, and saw the marks his fists made on her. That doesn’t mean that he should get a free pass because he left more evidence.

    • Petunia says:

      Your comment seems to be stating that everyone should just ‘get over it.’ I think it’s incredibly misogynist/sexist to devalue a woman so much that being beaten to a pulp is considered a minor inconvenience to HER and a major inconvenience to HIM. Sorry BUT society has moved on from this antiquated attitude. And frankly, I think Charlie Sheen and Mel Gibson are also POS for abusing women and I’m glad that Mel’s paying for it. Charlie sure should be but there are enough dumbbells out there in the world who think that mental case is “cool.” I don’t care WHAT race a man is – if he beats a woman, he’s a creep and a coward.

    • SW says:

      I agree. At some point we need to let the guy move on with his life. He made a massive mistake. Massive. However, he did his therapy. We need to let him try and move on and be a better human.

  3. Kate says:

    He is such a total waste of oxygen.

    I generally feel sorry for celebrities when they get ragged on. I mean, Kate Middleton is a bit lazy; Kate Winslet is a bit insecure and dishonest; Michelle Williams seems to find it hard to come to terms with the Heath Ledger thing (or exploits it, depending on your point of view) and yet they are hated by some. The Angelina/Jen thing bemuses me, too – I think they both seem okay. But this? He’s proven to be a violent asshat who seriously, seriously attacked his own girlfriend, and then reacts violently if anyone dares to question that. He’s a disgusting excuse for a human being, and I cannot believe anyone even tries to defend him, let alone buys his records. He needs to go away and shut up.

  4. someone says:

    Dear Chris Brown, does your ass get jealous of all the shit that comes out of your mouth?

  5. Asli says:

    Chris Brown has died in music. Official statement:

    BIH (Burn In Hell) Chris Brown. His time had come. It was a natural death caused by his own natural tendencies to act like a douche bag. We will remember him… for beating up a girl. He leaves behind a massive amount of backlash because of his own stupidity. We ask for privacy in these hard times so that we may be able to fathom how one person can be so incredibly dumb. Thank you.

  6. Leticia says:

    He has the emotional maturity of a toddler. When things don’t go his way, he BITES people.

    That is the part of the beating that blows my mind. That he actually bit his girlfriend. How can you be savage enough to bite someone???

  7. Julie says:

    self-deprecation and self irony can be really attractive and funny and sure help to be good at flirting.
    but not with a topic like that. he does not get in the slightest what he has done.

  8. Agnes says:

    this guy is such a piece of shit. and i CAN’T believe how much his fans, especially female fans, enable and adore him. (i saw him and his lame entourage at an airport once, he was SWARMED by women who were freaking out for pictures with his, his autograph etc. it seriously made me nauseous.)

    • Dawn says:

      Exactly! Well said. Chris Brown is what he is and he will NOT change until he is forced to change and so far those who adore him are just as sick as he is and in some sick way they encourage him not to change. The bottom line is was a beater before he beat-up Rhiannon and he is likely a beater now. He will just beat less famous females.

    • Julie says:

      i agree with you both. i will never understand those kind of women. there must be something wrong. there are girls who write to rapists in prison and fall in love with them. there must be a strange attraction and something wrong in their heads.

  9. arock says:

    i vote we get ll cool j or ice t to smack him around.
    nay, coco would mess him up.

  10. Poison Ivy says:

    I wouldn’t cross the street to piss on him if he was on fire!!! And with this pick-up line….I would have introduced him to the pepperspray in my purse…

  11. Strawberrygirl says:

    I can’t believe people still defend this sack of sh*t. He is disgusting.

  12. Masque says:

    Doesn’t he have a girlfriend? Why would he be using pick up lines? I know he’s the beating kind but is he also the cheating kind?

    • tweety says:

      I know he does have a gf. Personally, I think this “story” is bullshit.

    • Umlaut says:

      Rumored to be about Chris Brown:

      [EOnline] Ya know how there are those Vice stars that you just love to hate?

      Well, Coco Bop-It isn’t one of them. We actually just hate him. What with his cocky ‘tude and complete lack of respect for women—though he’ll claim that’s not at all the case, and merely a past problem. Well, apparently not…

      Because Coco is still reigning as douchebag supreme.

      Need proof? We’ll give it to you twofold:

      First, Coco was out on the town for those swanky Grammy afterparties this past weekend. Did we mention he’s addicted to hipster parties? He is and he tends to actually get a decent amount of attention for his “craft.”

      But even more for his bad behavior. Especially when it involved chicks.

      See, at this party—where the booze was flowing and babes came by the dozen—Coco (and his million-man posse) created their own VIP section in the back and his team made sure Coco had all the privacy he needed to do whatever it is that he does (actually, more on that in a sec).

      Including manhandling a woman for taking a picture. One beefy member of his crew was so sure she was sneaking a pic of Coco that he shoved her, grabbed her camera and got in her face, calling her names and threatening her if she dared take another snapshot.

      Funnily enough, if he’d just taken the time to look at the pic, he’d have seen it was a picture of the babe’s friend. A close-up picture. But when she burst in to tears, Coco continued on with his night (for the record, he’s all for this overly physical stance).

      So what was Coco doing that was so secretive?

      Cheating on his girlfriend. And not with a famous broad like some tabloids like to suspect from time to time. With some chickie with a low-cut neckline and high hemline that stayed inches from his crotch all night.

      So, if you were wondering whether Coco ever changed, the answer is: Hell, no.

      AND IT AIN’T: John Mayer, Adam Levine, Sean “Diddy” Combs

  13. Nessa says:

    This man is deplorable. We will see what his adoring fans say when he beats the crap out of another woman. Because with someone like Chris Brown, it’s not if, it’s when.

    But hey, let’s not worry about that because he is a musician and he is h

  14. Ambergesa says:

    You should do a post about the full police report being released. I read it on Media Take Out last night and it’s so much worse than I ever imagined. He is such a cowardly bish

    • Asli says:

      For people who haven’t seen the report:

      “Christopher B and Robyn F have been dating for approx 1 and half yearS. On Sunday Feb 8 at 1pm Brown was driving a vehicle with Robyn F as the front passenger on an unknown street in Los Angeles. Robyn F picked brown’s cellular phone and found a three-page text message from a woman Brown had had a previous sexual relationship with.

      “A verbal argument ensued and Brown pulled the vehicle over in an unknown street. He reached over Robyn F with his right hand and open the car door and attempted to force her out. Brown was unable to force Robyn F out of the vehicle because she was wearing a seat belt. When he could not force her to exit he took his right hand and shoved her head against the passenger window of the vehcile causing an approx 1 inch raised circular contusion.

      “Robyn F turned to face Brown and he punched her in the left eye with his right hand. He then drove away in the vehicle and continued to punch her in the face with his right hand while steering the vehicle with his left hand. The assault caused Robyn F’s mouth to fill with blood and blood to splatter all over her clothing and the interior of the vehicle. Brown looked at Robyn F and stated “I am going to beat the s–t out of you when we get home! You wait and see!”

      “Robyn F picked her cellular phone up and called her personal assistant Jennifer Rosales. Rosales did not answer the telephone but while her greeting was playing Robyn F pretended to talk to her and stated “I am on my way home. Make sure the cops are there when I get there” (this statement was made while greeting was playing and was not captured) after Robyn F faked the call, Brown and looked at her and stated, ‘You just did the stupidest thing ever! Now I really am going to kill you.’

      “Brown resumed punching Robyn F and she interlocked her fingers behind her head and brought her elbows forward to protect her face. She then bent over at the waist placing her elbows and face near her lap and in attempt to protect her face and head from the barrage of punches being levied by Brown. Brown continued to punch Robyn F on her left arm and hands, causing her to suffer a contusion on her left triceps that was approx 2 inches in diameter and numerous contusions on her left hand. Robyn f attempted to send another text message to other personal assistant Melissa Ford. Brown snatched the cellular telephone out of her hand and threw it out of the window to an unknown street. Brown continued driving and Robyn F observed his cellular phone in his lap. She picked up the cellular phone with her left hand, and before she could make a call, he placed her in a head lock with right hand and continued to drive the vehicle with his left hand.

      “Brown held Robyn F close to him and bit her on her left hear. She was able to feel the vehicle swerving from right to left as Brown sped away. He stopped the vehicle in front of [address] and Robyn F turned off the car removed the key from inignition and sat on it. Brown did not know what she did with the key and began punching her in the face and arms. Brown began applying pressure to Robyn F left and right carotid arteries causing her to be unable to breath. She began to lose consciousness. She reached up with her left hand and began to attempting to gauge his eyes in attempt to flee herself. Brown bit her left ring and middle fingers and released her. While brown continued to punch her she turned around a place her back to against the passenger door. She brought her knees to her chest and placed her feet against Brown’s body and began pushing him away.

      “Brown continued to punch her on legs and feet causing several contusions. Robyn F began screaming for help. And Brown exited the vehicle and walked away. A resident in the neighbor heard Robyn F’s plea for help and called 911, causing a police response. An investigation was conducted and Robyn F was issued a domestic violence protective order (EPO). Affiant conducted an interview with Melissa Ford who advised on Feb. 8 2009 at 2500 hours she received a phone call from Robyn F from an unknown telephone number later identified as the telephone number of Officer Chavez. Robyn F had advised Ford that she had been assaulted by Brown. At approx at 1 am Brown called Ford as nothing happened. Ford advised Brown that she had already talked to Robyn F and was aware of what happened. Ford had advised brown that the neighbors had called police and that they were with Robyn F. Brown had asked Ford if Robyn F had provided police with his name. And Ford advised him that she had. Brown hung up the telephone and did not call back.

      “On Feb. 8, Brown turned himself in and was given a copy of the EPO and advised to not contact Robyn.

      “On Feb. 17 Ford advised the affiant that she had received text messages from … a number that Ford recognized as belonging to Brown. In the text message Brown apologized for what he had done to Robyn F. and advised Ford he was going to get help.”

      • chia says:

        Wow, wow, wow. That is absolutely horrifying and terrifying.

      • JessicaAZ says:

        Wow. Just. Wow. Why isn’t this all over the web????? Thank you for posting this as sad and gross as it is…

      • rissa says:

        one extra blow to the head could’ve easily killed her. smh

      • Ambergesa says:

        Thanks for posting Asli. when I read this to my husband last night he was so angry and disgusted. He said he thought he’d hit her one time, somehow provoked loss of control. while still unacceptable and inexcusable maybe it’d have been a wake up call. To leave the relationship. To get help, sincerely express remorse and make amends. That could be a one time horrible mistake that after taking the above steps could be forgiven for. But a prolonged, unprovoked, vicious, cowardly attack (repeated biting as she cowers?). Then no true acceptance of his blame and continued outbursts of uncontrolled rage. And this expectation that he should instantly be forgiven adds up to one thing. Cris Brown is a pathetic, sniviling coward. He deserves nothing but contempt and condemnation. Forgiveness is a gift that must be earned but never expected. That’s reserved for the truly penitent. None of that applies to the waste of oxygen that is Chris brown

      • TheOriginalKitten says:

        I am seriously nauseous right now. It is utterly ASTOUNDING to me that someone could read this and still defend this guy.

      • I Choose Me says:

        I read the police report last night and got chills. I also read it to my husband and the look on his face was indescribable. He also wanted to know why CB was not in jail. I do too. Sadly, it’s only a matter of time before he assaults some other young woman. He has shown no true remorse or any signs of truly comprehending that what he did was inexcusable and just plain wrong! And for that Chris Brown is dead to me.

      • Petunia says:

        What a complete animal.

        I cannot believe the Grammy committee rewarded him with a Grammy. It truly is a slap in the face to every woman.

      • NM6804 says:

        She’s a fighter!

        I was clenching my body when reading this, I’m so saving this and copy-paste it when some dumb person is going to defend his ass! This will not be forgotten, no matter how hard the industry tries to sell him to us and give him awards.

        Thanks Asli!
        Spread it!

  15. Zorbitor says:

    He’s as infamous as those guys on To Catch a Predator… MSNBC has been showing those same guys for years!

  16. Nessa says:

    This man is deplorable. We will see what his adoring fans say when he beats the crap out of another woman. Because with someone like Chris Brown, it’s not if, it’s when.

  17. MJ says:

    His rep would be “surprised it he said anything that stupid”? Seriously?

    It sounds to me like he should fire his rep and hire his mom to do his PR. His mom seems like she knows what’s up.

  18. TheOriginalVictoria says:

    He said it. Why? Because his Tweets smacks of moronic self-importance and failure to comprehend just why and how much he is hated. He said it.

  19. T.C. says:

    I’m pretty sure he would say something that stupid. Just look at his tweets and interviews. His youth, arrogance and anger issues are a bad combination. He needs to be in counseling weekly.

  20. Steph says:

    Two words: sadistic narcissist.

  21. Flan says:

    It says a lot about the guy that he can’t be trusted to do interviews.

    Best for him would be to stay with his mother for a week or two, no internet or entourage, and start building from there.

  22. Lis says:

    I think my vagina just sealed itself shut.


  23. Maya says:

    This guy is such an asshole. To quote a certain literary character – “Just another bastard who hates women.”

  24. Dragonlady salura says:

    My nephew used to idolize Chris Brown and was crushed over the Rihanna assault. That’s why I wil always despise him for disappointing a small child and continuing to be an ass. He could cure cancer and I’d still think he was a douche bag.

  25. Sasha says:

    ‘She isn’t buying his excuse that he didn’t post it’

    “I didn’t do it”??

    What is he, 10?

  26. Bad Gal Addiction says:

    What also shocked me was that none of the artists at the Grammys said anything during the hole show.

    May I tell you what happend during an award show in Germany last year called the Bambi (The one where Goop recieved that golden deer). Cause this case has some similarities. There was this rapper Bushido who was convicted for battery years ago. His lyrics are so full of violence and hate against women, gays and other religions, that 2 of of his records were banned from the market in the past. Nontheless they gave him an award at that night….for “Integration”.
    Right after that there was an artist who spoke up on stage during his own acceptance speech and said something like ” …anybody who build up a career on violence and hate-filled music doesn’t deserve an award…” and the audience applaud to that. A day later a former Bambi winner gave back his trophy because “…this honor doesn’t mean anything to me if they also handed them out to convicted criminals…”.

    Call me idealistic, but I think it should have went down like that at the Grammys too. They all kept their mouths shut, nobody had the guts to speak up, it’s a shame.

    • Flan says:

      Thanks for sharing that story.

      In the US there seems to be more of a culture of ‘rich and successful, so don’t dare say anything bad!’.

      That might be partly why some of those Grammys guys stick up for him, they can’t comprehend that a rich and famous guy gets called out.

      Also, when Usher said something right after it happened, he had to apologize!

      How scary and weird is that?

      • YEP_ITS_HER says:

        Indeed it was strange. Usher is a veteran compared to CB’s career and yet Usher had to apologise for having an opinion. It begs the question who the fuck does Chris Brown know that allows him to carry such sway? He more or less has pop and rnb A listers wanting to work with him, Rihanna did not initially want to press charges and has basically made life easy for him (dropping restraining order) and music organisations cant wait to laud him. Boy knows people.

  27. Day says:

    I think all these rumors are to create hype for his album dropping in March. I am tired of hearing about him and his shenanigans.

  28. Flan says:

    Isn’t it scary how people want Miranda to be silent on this?

    Chris Brown can say what he want, but a woman speaking out against it should be quiet.

    Scary stuff. Also, you can vote too if you don’t agree with women having to shut up about this.

  29. WOM says:

    Good for Miranda Lambert. Shame on the Grammys for validating Chris Brown’s pathetic belief that being famous minimizes the fact that he beats women.

  30. anti says:

    All these folks that don’t realize that once you put something on line, it’s too late? Deleting whiny tweets, photos, statements, etc…

  31. sm255 says:

    So. F**king. TASTELESS. Just go away from this entire dimension, Christopher Brown, and never come back. Not this world, not this galaxy, not even this universe.

  32. KC says:

    First thing; he’s so angry because that man is so far in the closet, it’s not even funny. How many men have come forward and said he liked to be on bottom? Weren’t there actual messages from CB phone saying it? SO, fine, he’s gay. Nothing wrong, but when someone has to hide who they are, the anger that happens is remarkable. Add to that this this punk is a sociopath who has zero ability to feel empathy, and you’ve got CB.

    Ok, I’ve only read a couple of responses so far, but I am so glad that at least people on this site have some flipping sense! This man did not just slap his gf (although that’s not ok). He did not just get angry and shove her; this piece of vile, worthless garbage DESTROYED her face, caused her mouth to fill with blood, and punched and BIT her well over 15 times. There is no excuse, there is nothing. This man needs to be in prison, and I have no doubt this moron tool will be there within a couple of years for doing the exact same thing.

    On a whole other note; I went to to see the police report and every single person who responds on that site needs to move to an island and start their own society, or at least stay the hell away from me. EVERY SINGLE COMMENT SAID TO GET OVER IT AND RHIANNA DESERVED IT. I am officially worried for the people of the world when I go onto that site. I am so relieved to come back to normal people who do not condone beating women (and if any dumbass wants to say Im racist, I’m black so go to hell). The ignorance of many in America (and I know people are from all over, but these were clearly uneducated Americans, what with the ridiculous inability to write formulated sentences) is terrifying.

    • Flan says:

      A decade back he would not have gotten away with it like this.

      There has been a trend of women having to shut up and endure the last few years. It’s scary.

      At least it’s good to see that many women (on this site and others) do not agree.

      It’s that kind of reaction as that site you described that probably has Rihanna making overtures to him as well (see? I’m a good girl. I don’t complain too much even when my face gets destroyed). Which is totally insane.

    • Asli says:

      LOL. MediaTakeOut is trash. And so is it’s commentators. I bet you all those girls who tweeted for Chris to beat them are regular posters on there. Whenever I go to MediaTakeOut and read the comments I’m so happy to come on Celebitchy and know there are sane people left in the world. Most of the people there definately need to go re-take a course in English, grammer and punctuation. THIS DOES NOT MAKE YOU SOUND LIKE AN INTELLIGENT PERSON. MTO commentators need to refrain from using caps lock unless absolutely necessary.

    • YEP_ITS_HER says:

      I have long suspected he is a closet case but I reckon if he is then surely Rihanna must know? It also makes it hard to work out their relationship. He is a head case and I am beyond sorry Rihanna is involved with him. Part of me thinks they could be back together but if he really is gay/bi then it is possible this nonsense is all hype for his new album. And if it is, its really working. Yuck.

    • gg says:

      KC I totally hear ya. However I feel like the people leaving the messages on that other board are just dumb kids. I can’t see normal intelligent adults condoning this monster. I understand the scary feeling when reading those posts though.

    • skuddles says:

      KC – fabulous insights! I’ve long believed Brown is a very angry, very closeted gay. Hence the hate for women.

  33. NM684 says:

    Rihanna is going for Sh-t Brown again, I can feel it. Their story is not over, it might be happening already. If celebs want, they can fake entire parts of their life for a loooong time, I wouldn’t put it past them to fake relationships and secretely dating each other. If you see how many women are defending Brown, you can imagine how Rihanna (who only broke up with him under pressure from fans etcetera…) who HAD him and was in love with him (HARD) must feel.

  34. marisa says:

    this kid has shown no remorse for his past actions. Plus, he’s adding fuel to the fire by not shutting the fuck up. His handlers need to bar him from Twitter and any other social media until he can be reigned in (doubtful at this point). Initially, I felt bad for Rihanna, but if the tabloids are right, and she’s been hanging out with this immature douche again, then she hasn’t learned anything either. This is the perfect abuser/victim example being played out in front of clueless and impressionable young fans. Shame. I never really had any respect for Chris, and any that I had for Rihanna, I’ve lost..

  35. Jessica says:

    I would not be surprised if Rihanna ends up dead by the hands of this Asshole.

  36. the original bellaluna says:

    I’m jumping in here without reading all the comments, so please forgive if I repeat others’ sentiments.

    As a survivor of long-term abuse, I just can’t with this guy. He’s got anger issues; an unhealthy lack of respect for women; an inability to control himself; an inability to accept responsibility for his actions; and a general narcissistic personality disorder.

    Physically abusing another human being is NEVER funny; should not be made light of; and should never, EVER be morphed into some sort of psycho-sick pick-up line.

    And to the little girlies who think it’s “cute” to send CB little twitiot lines like “He can beat me any time he wants!” I can assure you that when (IF?) you grow up, you will be ashamed of yourselves for saying that.

    Instead of jockeying in line to offer yourselves up for abuse, why not do something educational with your time? Try looking up the statistics of domestic violence against women.

  37. Adrien says:

    Chris is such a child. He’s doing what Charlie Sheen did, make light of the situation. Make him stop. It’s not funny. Do it the Ozzy Osbourne way, and people might have given you a chance. Ozzy served time for almost killing Sharon in Russia in a drug fueled incident, he went into rehab and got helped for his anger issues. He showed real remorse and desire to change and right now he’s still married to Sharon.

  38. skuddles says:

    Oh ha ha, that’s SO funny Chris! Such an awesome pick up line!! What a great guy, great sense of humor, I just love him.

    Okay seriously, I think it’s time some ruthless babe wearing the nastiest, pointiest, steel-toed boots introduced herself to his crotch region!

  39. Norma says:

    say what you like but young women are queuing up for this bs. I’m not getting steamed up over young girl drama. Let them figure it out for themselves. Serious victims don’t invite such drama. Village wants idiot back Chris and random dumbass bird of the moment….

  40. felicia says:

    Usually I agree with people on this site. But this is just overboard.

    Get over yourselves people. You act like it was you he beat.

    Everybody deserves a second chance.

    That is what is wrong with the justice system. After people do their time, they come out and are not given a second chance.

    They are not able to get job and society shuns them. Then they go back and commit the same crime to feed their family, then they go back to jail and we end of with a jacked up system like this.

    Is because of people like you guys that don’t give people a second chance. He has apologized a million times, done interviews a million times. But people still keep on poking him and throwing jabs at him.

    He is human and young so of course he wants to fight back.

    He has done his time let him live.

    If that was your brother, son or dad you would want people to give him a second chance and not hold it over his head all day.

    BTW the person you guys are going all bat for has forgiven since.Am sure they’ve even been sleeping together all this time. She has even tapped him to be on her remix of her song cake. Google it.

    • Claire Sabin says:

      “Everybody deserves a second chance.”

      Why is it that ALL the CB apologists keep saying this? CB is now the official douche bag poster boy of second chances.

      Brown WAS given a second chance and he pissed all over it with his laughable tweets and general remorselessness. Besides, I don’t agree that everyone deserves a second chance. Once you bite someone, well, that pretty much tells the world all they need to know. I hope he rots.

  41. sandra says:

    The Tool and the Fool. I don’t know which one is the bigger jerk.

  42. Mar says:

    Wow- that police report is pretty bad. Honestly if he pushed her off and hurt her I could live with it but he almost killed her. Geez

  43. Francesca says:

    Just keep publishing the police report whenever someone writes he deserves a pass.

    There is no excuse for abuse.

  44. NM6804 says:

    Some facts:

    Do you know how many reports are handled daily of domestic violence and how many reports are actually being prosecuted? NOT ENOUGH, this isn’t about Chris Brown this is about domestic violence on a grand scale. We have to keep beating that horse because it is very much alive and the defending of Brown represents the lack to push for change by men AND women which is sick and deplorable. This ish happens every day and as long as people close their eyes for it and try to downplay it, others have to keep on fighting, moaning to keep this topic alive. The victims need it, they deserve it even though they sometimes don’t want the help. There are even women dying because maybe they stayed too long and nobody would help them or they felt as nobody could help them so you can stop right there with your “rear-looking”, it is right in front of us, it’s in the past and it WILL be in the future judging by your and many many other people’s comments about this issue.

    Plus, where is the evidence that he has changed? You just don’t change from being a woman beater to the ideal man, please, he has demonstrated his anger issues over and over again. He’s a dangerous child that is being cocooned by handlers and fans and it makes me sick to my stomach. It would be easier to forgive him if he wasn’t such a violent asshole that shows no emotional growth whatsoever. I do believe people can change but sometimes they need to be pushed, Brown can’t be pushed and he certainly will not change because he wants to himself so I refuse to defend his arse. As for Rihanna: getting away from abuse is very very hard, I’m not going to slam her for it but I feel as if she has more issues than just the Brown-case.

  45. Kate says:

    You’d have had trouble “moving on after his punishment”. His probation isn’t over for another two years, so he’s not paid his debt to society yet. That WAS his punishment, largely – and I promise you, in this country a guy doing that would be in jail. My husband was mugged *less* violently and those guys got 4 and 5 years for it. And in this country domestic abuse is an aggravating factor when sentencing. He’d be in jail right now.

    And people might be feeling more forgiving had he ever shown the least fragment of remorse. You actually read what he did? The choking until she began to pass out, the repeated punching until her blood spattered over her clothes and the car, the biting her ear as she cowered with her arms over her head? And somehow he is meant to be rehabilitated before his sentence is over, and while he thinks he’s the victim?

    Don’t think so. No.