Well Chris, congratulations. You did it again young man. I must say, for someone who once complained about people not being able to change their opinions about you after the famous incident, you sure do know how to keep the fire going.
After recording two new songs with Rihanna a few months ago, people really didn’t care too much about what you did anymore. I noticed more people were angry with Rihanna for even wanting to do ANYTHING with you anymore after you laid the smack down on her. But, the songs were done. People liked them and people accepted Chris Brown and Rihanna as an item again and for the most part all was completely forgiven. The time to let things go was now. I’m sure your actual girlfriend Karrueche probably wasn’t the most thrilled person internally after hearing the lyrics to “Cake” but hey, that doesn’t matter. I’m pretty sure she also enjoyed the online duel with Rihanna and her stans on Twitter but that didn’t matter, did it? Nah… Of course not.
So today a track by you hits the Internet with you rapping over the instrumental to Kanye West’s song “Way Too Cold”. What do you do in that song? Allow people to allude to you referring to Rihanna as an industry hoe;
After that made the rounds and Rihanna unfollowing you on Twitter, this was the response you felt necessary;
Chris, Rihanna… Truthfully I don’t give a damn what y’all do with y’all lives or personal time. The importance of this post is more of a lesson to people who need to learn the serious importance of reputation. And it has nothing to do with “the incident”.
Private matters should be kept as private as possible. I can’t imagine how difficult that is to maintain with the public lifestyle you both live but matters should be kept as internal as possible. I know Chris and Rihanna are still young but the level of tact and decorum exhibited by the both of them is appalling. I worry about the fans who I hope do not look to them as role models because these are not the right ways to handle adult situations. Its tacky as hell and makes you look foolish. If that’s how you wish to be seen and still think you deserve respect think twice. Your reputation will take a long time to maintain and only take a minute to destroy over and over again. Doesn’t matter if you’re labeled abusive, a hoe, or a grown man throwing tantrums online in front of millions of people. That’s what you’re gonna be known by in the long run until we see different. Don’t blame media or anyone bringing up anything either, that excuse is tired.
In all honesty Chris, if her publicly disrespecting your girlfriend wasn’t enough to rile you up but getting mad at the actions of your actually single ex girlfriend were, then tweeting something that can lead to unnecessary eyes seeing your business, who’s the real hoe here? And Rihanna, after someone goes physically oops, upside your head but the final straw was a subliminal shot in song form, you have bigger issues at hand. The both of y’all need to get your shit together, for yourselves and the people who may look up to you.