We counted more than a few bad performances at the 2012 Grammy Awards but Lambert only targets Chris Brown and Nicki Minaj ?
In no way is Chris Brown’s man-handling and the wrath of beating he brought on-to then girlfriend Rihanna years ago acceptable, but there comes a time when we should forgive, start acting like adults and move on. Everyone deserves a second chance and Chris Brown should not be excluded from this pack. Brown performed at the 2012 Grammys and received a Grammy Award and since his win and performance, the displeasure in the Grammy Awards “forgiving” Chris Brown has been a hot one.
The talk of the Grammy Awards forgiving Chris Brown is quite silly when you think about, Chris Brown is a HIGHLY talented artist and has produced good music over the last year that has been on the play-list and in the hearts of many, even for those who are not fans, the Grammy’s acknowledging Chris Brown over the week-end should not be about him being forgiven, but rather of his undeniable talent which cannot be ignored.
Those who continue to live in the pass of Chris Brown’s mistakes only showcase their need for attention and their ignorance of someone who is desperately trying to move forward and its time we do the same. Put yourself in the position as a parent, brother, sister, or even cousin, surely you would like to see your son, sibling or relative be forgiven for their pass and given a second chance in life. The fact that some people continue with a mission in denying Chris Brown his second chance in society despite all the ridicule he has received throughout the years and the set-back he has received musically is just disgusting. Has Brown not received enough punishment career wise and in his social life ?
People such as Miranda Lambert only speak the hate in her heart for second chances given to those who have made mistakes, listen to what the bitch had to so:
“Chris Brown twice? I don’t get it. He beat on a girl … Not cool that we act like that didn’t happen. He needs to listen to Gunpowder and lead and be put back in his place. Not at the Grammys.”
Oh and Lambert didn’t stop there in knocking down the black artist at the Grammy’s, she went on-to say that Nicki Minaj’s performance at the 2012 Grammy Awards was strange.
And in case you didn’t understand that Gunpowder reference:
“Gunpowder” is a reference to Lambert’s 2007 hit “Gunpowder and Lead.” The lyrics describe a woman preparing to kill her abusive husband when he gets out of jail. “His fist is big but my gun’s bigger. He’ll find out when I pull the trigger,” the narrator sings.
And the tweets came in from several other celebrities with a milder tone seemingly of displeasure of Chris Brown’s Grammy performance. Here is what Modern Family actor Eric Stonestreet had to tweet:
“Are Chris Brown’s mom and dad CBS and Grammy Brown?”
And she Sherri Shepherd jumped on the bandwagon and tweeted this:
“Looks like all is forgiven (with) Chris Brown,” Sherri Shepherd tweeted. “That’s all I’ll say.”
It was quite strange seeing that tweet from Sherri Shepherd on Chris Brown’s performance at the Grammy’s, as it looks to us as a tweet of disapproval, not something which falls in-line on what she said on The View recently in that Chris Brown deserves a second chance. Is Sherri a hypocrite ?
Chris Brown has truly come along way in getting back to the top and despite his Grammy win its too early to say that he has made it again. But one thing is for sure, tweets like this which Brown or his team sent out is just insensitive:
Team breezy we have come along way and I’m so appreciative of you guys!!!! No matter what anyone says…. WE MADE IT!!
Its tweets like the one above and words of that nature that will cause a stumble in the path to success for Brown… and if he is wise, he would be appreaciate the second chance he has been given and protect it and be fortunate to be on a promising path once again.