Bad Move Chris

Passed up the opportunity to be one of the biggest bad boys of our era.

Passed up the opportunity to be one of the biggest bad boys of our era.

Chris Brown went out like a straight punk. Brown should have argued about the way the media persecuted him and how fans gave up on him. Women don’t respond very well to such apologetic endeavors, with this tape he just ended his career. The public likes bad boys not those who apologize for all of their actions i.e. Michael Jackson (LOL), R. Kelly, Bobby Brown, and Ike Turner. We all have dirty premonitions. The intent of this video will send Chris Brown’s career backwards, because as an artist he can not musically evolve, he won’t be able to change his image from being that poor confused boy, he is portraying.

The apology also felt lazy and fabricated. It would have been more effective if CB would have did a seemingly spontaneous, but rehearsed phone conversation where ‘incidentally’ someone overhears him expressing how much he regrets the affair and his behavior.

Chris Brown should have just stayed quiet and moved on; his public apology gives him no mystique.

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