I guess we’ll finally hear Chris Brown’s side of the story. And just like when his ex’s story came out, surprise, surprise, it looks like Chris Brown has a new album coming out as well.
I don’t know about you guys, but I’m not really interested in hearing what he has to say, because no matter what Rihanna supposedly done to him, she didn’t deserve to be lumped up the way that he lumped her up. Those type of lumps were normally reserved for Holyfield headbutts. Just ask Hasim Rahman.
There’s no doubt that Chris Brown’s image has been tarnished and I know that he is grateful to GMA to allow him this opportunity to speak about the incident and also perform songs coming from his upcoming album, but GMA didn’t expect the additional outrage that comes with him performing.
Especially peeved about his performance are gay rights activists and feminists. The network recently pulled a performance from openly gay singer Adam Lambert whose risqué performance at the AMAs included simulated sex acts and male on male action. The network stands behind their decision to feature Chris and cancellation of Lambert. An ABC insider told the New York Post:
Chris Brown’s interview was booked way before Adam Lambert took to the stage. It is to give him a chance to respond to Rihanna’s interview…GMA hopes his appearance could provide a ratings boost, just like Rihanna’s GMA interview earlier this month.
It’s just for ratings folks…