Chris Brown is trying his hardest to drop that light skinned Tupac persona
and coke habit he picked up when he started hanging around super rich kids turned real niggas. Put yourself in his Supras. Imagine working diligently to get back to the happier times where you skipped down Sesame Street with Elmo only to have people try to block your blessing.
After extending his stay in rehab (gold star for you) and announcing the release of his upcoming album, Breezy is now pointing fingers at former manager, Tina Davis, for leaking tracks over the past weeks.
Ellen Degeneres’ younger white chocolate alter ego Justin Bieber might have spent too much time re-pinning pictures of Tupac to his On Some Real Shit board on Pinterest when he came up with this latest idea.
Finding time to dabble in arts and crafts after dropping Lil Twist off at daycare, Biebz sent friend Chris Brown a Keep Your Head Up message by spray painting “Free Breezy” on a wall in Bogota, Colombia (where street art is permitted).
He also paid tribute to his hamster Pac that died earlier this year.
As you already know, Brown checked into rehab for not bring able to control his excessive mood swings during that time of the month.
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According to reports, Chris Brown is seeking “insight” into his behavior and checked in a rehab facility to seek treatment for anger management issues in the wake of his arrest over the weekend. Spread the word good people, there are treatment options available for being a fuck boy.
The sun’ll come out tomorrow.
“Chris Brown has elected to enter a rehab facility,” said a statement Tuesday night from his rep. ”His goal is to gain focus and insight into his past and recent behavior, enabling him to continue the pursuit of his life and career from a healthier vantage point.”
In case you forgot, Rabid Beaver is still on probation for creating his own video response to Prodigy’s “Smack My Bitch Up” with Rihanna’s face in 2009. His attorney, Mark Geragos, dropped his ass off at an Los Angeles treatment center to stave off a prison sentence. Mama Breezy and girlfriend Karrueche Tran reportedly came to see him off as well, while his publicist confirmed that he’s in treatment.
“What I see is trying to make sure that everybody thinks you have more than what you actually have. What’s the point if you actually don’t have it? If you don’t have it, then you don’t have it. Have what you have. Enjoy that . . . The craft is everything. Don’t be afraid of not being the wealthiest person in the room. Be the smartest person in the room. Be the slickest person in the room. Be the most creative person in the room. Be the most entertaining person in the room. Just be in the room.”
– Jill Scott tells Power 105.1′s The Breakfast Club that she is tired of seeing music artists pretend to be something that they’re not
Another day, another person who doesn’t see if for chicken nugget no-groes. Talk show moose Wendy Williams felt the need to let Chris Brown have it during the Hot Topics segment of her television show on Monday.
Breezy recently made waves when he said it’s not fair that people can’t see beyond his stunt queen ways but other celebrities with dark pasts (specifically Jay-Z) get away with anything. Well, here’s what Wendell had to say about his comments:
You need to blame yourself young man. You’re a woman beater, you’re disrespectful, you threw a chair out of the window of ‘Good Morning America.’ What ever happened to that cute young man that used to dance for the Double Mint gum? What ever happened to him? Now I get it, all boys grow up. A boy grows into a man, but you look like a junkie. That’s what I’m gonna say. You’ve got those nasty tattoos, you’re way too skinny. You don’t seem to have respect for much at all. You beat the stew out of Rihanna and you’re with that Koochie Crayon right now.
Read bitch, read for blood! Watch the moment below.
Tionne “T-Boz” Watkins and Chilli “Rozonda” Thomas strike a pose alongside Kelly Rowland backstage at the iHeartRadio Music Festival at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on Friday (September 20) in Las Vegas
The surviving members of TLC were greeted by cheers from the audience when they joined J. Cole on stage for the closing song of his set, the self-empowerment anthem “Crooked Smile.” Watch the performance here.
Click through the gallery below to check out more star sightings from the music festival, including appearance from Diddy, Katy Perry, Miguel, Robin Thicke, Chris Brown, Steve Harvey, Juicy J and more.