Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Chris Brown Beats Women

Call me crazy but I'm of the bent that if you do something to harm another human being, how they deal with the aftermath of that, not to mention how they deal with you, is none of your business. Furthermore, I don't necessarily think that if you're a victim of violence that there is a "correct" way for you to deal with that. So if you're the perpetrator of said violence against another, what say you just pipe right down, OK?

If you're not familiar with the Rihanna-Chris Brown story, let me summarize it briefly. Rihanna was dating Chris Brown. Rihanna did not realize that Chris Brown was a lunatic. Rihanna realized that Chris Brown was a lunatic the night that he beat the holy hell out of her. Consider yourself up to date.

So, the one they call Rihanna did an interview the other night with with patronizing voiced Diane Sawyer. According to People Magazine, she says that the whole thing started when "I caught him in a lie, and he wouldn't tell the truth. And I wouldn't drop it." Yeah, funny thing with liars. They always want you to drop it when they're busted. Funny how that works, eh? For God's sake, don't ask them about the lie! That just won't do!

Since she wouldn't drop the confrontation of the liar, he decided that the appropriate measure to take would be to just start beating on her. "I was battered, I was bleeding, I was swollen in my face." Any guy who hits a woman is such a lowlife I don't even know where to start. But a guy who hits a woman because she catches him lying?! Spare me, dude. God, you're pathetic. But enough about the guy who beats women. Back to Rihanna.

What did she do next? "My next option was to get out of the car and walk, start walking in a gown and a bloody face. I didn't have a plan. That whole night was not part of my plan." Um, no. I can't imagine that would be part of anyone's plan, really.

Now, most people knew that she had really been hammered on by this jackass who beats women. That we knew. We also knew that Chris Brown had issued a "public" apology (if you can call putting some dumbass video on YouTube an "apology") and had done a couple of interviews. And let's just say that those interviews were less than well received by the public. (I don't know how anyone can expect to be "well received" when you're going on Larry King wearing a baby blue sweater and a matching bow tie. Who dressed him for that interview? June Cleaver?) He claimed on Larry King that he didn't remember hitting her. Amnesia? Never a good excuse for a woman beater. NOT going to be well received at all.

So when it was revealed that Rihanna was finally doing a sit down interview for the first time since all of this happened just hours before the Grammy awards last February, MTV contacted the now convicted and sentenced and still woman beater Chris Brown to see if he had anything to say about her finally doing an interview. (By the way, it should probably be noted that Rihanna said that she was "embarrassed" that she ever loved Chris Brown and that she said that she finally did an interview because she realized that by talking about her experience, it could really help others who have been or are in that situation, as well as perhaps help prevent others from getting into such a situation. Got that, women beaters?! People are embarrassed that they ever loved you. It should also probably be noted that I abhor Chris Brown and any other man who ever raises a fist to a woman. Other than his publicly stating, "I beat women because I am a piece of crap", there really isn't much that he can do to redeem himself in my viewpoint. Just so you know where I'm coming from. By the way, that would be I'm coming from the side of reason.) Oh, he had something to say, all right.

"While I respect Rihanna's right to discuss the specific events of February 8, I maintain my position that all of the details should remain a private matter between us." Um, what?


You think that she should just keep it all to herself? You think that she shouldn't talk to anyone about it? You think that she should just keep quiet and not tell everyone how you beat her face to a bloody pulp? Really? That's what you think? Why am I not surprised by that? Oh, that's right. Because he hasn't learned a damned thing from all of this and it's likely that he will do it again.


It should remain a private matter. Good Lord. That's rich. And dude, soon? You won't be! If all goes well, you won't be rich at all. You are pathetic. What say you elaborate on that little sentiment there, woman beater? How about you explain why it is that the woman that you beat up and bloodied because you were lying to her and got busted should not be publicly talking about what you did to her? Tell us why you think that! Afraid it's going to ruin your little comeback trail that you're hoping to get on sooner than you deserve to?


This ordeal is far beyond anything that should remain a "private matter", you jackass. The only thing that I would like to see remain a "private matter" is you because having your name come up in the public realm ever again can only serve to sicken people. What say you go become your own "private matter" and leave everyone else alone? Moron.

Stumble Upon Toolbar Sphere: Related Content

2 comments:

Leona said...

Ditto. T

he patronizing of people who don't know what it's like is adding insult to injury.

Chris Brown needs to get his head out of his, um arse, and grow up. Not going to happen. 80%+ never quit hitting women.

Kudos to you for not pussy footing around the subject.

Mare said...

I totally agree. Unfortunately, it almost always ends up being a case of "once a woman beater, always a woman beater."

And I'm known for a lot of things, but pussy footing around issues is definitely not one of them! =)

Thanks for reading, Leona!

~ Mare