Troubled singer Chris Brown took to his Twitter page over the weekend to throw yet another public tantrum. This time, the target of his wrath was conservative journalist and Fox News analyst Laura Ingraham. Her mistake was having an opinion and calling him a narcissist, which he is. Ingraham also took offense to the fact that NBC's Today Show invited Brown to sing on its popular concert series last week.
"Is that actually singing?," Ingraham asked.
She added: "Chris Brown beat his girlfriend to a pulp. He uses the N-word, the C-word, the S-word, the most degrading misogynistic lyrics... yet he's treated like royalty!"
Instead of ignoring her, or making light of the fact that she would even bother to breathe his name, Brown did what he normally does when he feels disrespected -- he lashed out in a very juvenile manner because his feelings were out. He took care to mention that his haters (mostly white females) were "old" -- as if he doesn't plan on ever aging.
Fox News sent a correspondent into the streets armed with Rihanna's bloody police evidence photo to interview the misguided teens who follow Brown. Even when shown evidence of Brown's deep seated hatred for women, the young fans remained locked in denial.
After glancing at Rihanna's photo, one queen said, "Do you see my face? I ain't even worried about that?"
Despite Rihanna's bloody evidence photos and police reports describing the horrifc beating, one of Brown's female groupies said, "I don't believe it was THAT bad."
Once again, kids, it's not what they say about you that matters; it's your response that carries the most weight.
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