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Chris Brown Rages on Forgiveness Tour Print E-mail
by Tom McGregor    Tue, Mar 22, 2011, 07:22 PM
Brown Rage.jpgR&B singer, Chris Brown, will soon go on a nation-wide tour to promote his album, “F.A.M.E. (Forgiving All My Enemies).” Nevertheless, he appeared to be in an unforgiving mood after his interview on Good Morning America, and then suggested after a rage episode, in which he smashed furniture and a window, that he would only answer tough questions from Bill O’Reilly of Fox News

The Miami Herald reports that, “the anger management classes didn’t pay off. On Tuesday, R&B singer Chris Brown lost his cool after an interview with Robin Roberts on Good Morning America. The drama started after Roberts questioned Brown about his 2009 felony assault case involving ex-girlfriend Rihanna.”

A confidential source informed People magazine that Mr. Brown was “visibly upset and appeared livid after the interview.

Nonetheless, the 22-year-old singer told Roberts that it’s “not really a big deal to me now, as far as that situation. I think I’m past that in my life. Today’s the album day, so that’s what I’m focused on.”

According to the Miami Herald, “still Roberts pushed the issue to which Brown replied, ‘this album is what I want (them) to talk about.’ He then performed a song and according to sources at ABC, left the stage, went into his dressing room and smashed a window, shattering glass. He left the building shirtless even though NYC temps were in the mid 40s.”

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written by RufusLevin , March 23, 2011

YES...a 22 year old idiot gets all this attention...and the media soaks it up...and the kids watch how "adults" deal with it...message, go ballistic, get fame, no consequences except free publicity for your "album" sales....

and selling DOPE is any DIFFERENT?? Thanks MSM and TV for such a fine focus on the "REAL AMERICA" you want to portray for our nation's kids and the world.

This melody peddler is a joke, but the media is CRIMINAL.



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written by Jonathan Green , March 23, 2011

I am appalled that citizens of Dallas and the Dallas Morning News which finds this couples personal issues appealing. This should have never been an issue played out in the media. I am also appalled that the Dallas Morning News Mary Suhm, Tom Leppert, and David Brown used this domestic issue as a way of retaliating against Mr. Caraway. Nevertheless, this is and has always been a systemic way of assassinating the character of African American leaders in this city by the Dallas Morning News and White Political Leaders.


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written by RufusLevin , March 23, 2011

WITH NO KKK AROUND, IT IS THE BEST THAT CAN BE DONE UNDER THOSE CIRCUMSTANCES. SORRY YOUR ARE SO OFFENDED.

when will Ms. Johnson and Mssr. Price redeem the race for ethical righteousness.



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written by C B , March 24, 2011

Hey man, why you fools down on me ?


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written by Tom McGregor , March 24, 2011

C B: Perhaps you should work on your anger mangement skills and then there would be no need to mock you on the Dallas Blog. I've known a few people with your type of personality, and you assume that people will respect you if you make a rage scene, but in reality you type of people look more foolish than respectable. By the way, I heard you were enjoying yourself at a few parties after your temper tantrum. Can you tell me more about that?


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written by C. B. , March 24, 2011

I'm not telling you nothin Tom so long as you are dissin me. You got that. You better. Who in the hell do you think you are.


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written by Jonathan Green , March 24, 2011

Chris Brown is a young talented artist with a very severe anger problem. Chris Brown issues are tied in to his upbringing. As a man of God, I can forgive him, but I do not support his artistic talents and nor would I allow my daughter to bring his music into my home. Why? Any individual that beats on a woman and feels its a non issue today because you have a new cd released is a sicko. And, if this guy had done this to my daughter, I am afraid I would be writing this from Lew Sterret Jail.


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written by Jonathan Green , March 24, 2011

@RufusLevin: lol you never cease to amaze me. hehehehehe! This is how hilarious I find your post.


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written by Jonathan Green , March 24, 2011

@ RufusLevin: One of the reasons Jesus was so powerful when He walked the Earth, was because He only spoke faith–filled words. As a result, He experienced immediate manifestation when He spoke. This is why powerful, positive words are the blueprint for a changed life! Take heed to these practical truths and before long, you will be enjoying life and seeing good days!


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written by RufusLevin , March 25, 2011

Tell that to Dez...bro Green! He needin yo fine words ob 'vice!

Jesus was more powerful after he LEFT this earth. He might have had some anger issues when he got all feisty with the Jewish money changers at Temple tho...he did some less than positive words to the bearded ones there.

Me...I love life and enjoy my days everyday...and I heed lots of things and folks...rarely, however, the pontificators.




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