If you happen to watch Chris Brown’s tribute to Michael Jackson at the BET Awards this Sunday and was deeply moved by his interpretative crying dance, then this news might make you feel moved…to beat that motherfucker up ‘coz sources say it’s all fakery!
US Weekly reports:
Chris Brown caused a lot of chatter at the BET Awards Sunday when he broke down in tears during a Michael Jackson tribute. An insider tells UsMagazine.com the crying was fake.
Before he took the stage to belt out “Man in the Mirror,” a backstage source tells Us one of Brown’s bodyguards gave the singer, 21, tear-inducing eye drops. Brown’s rep denies it, telling Us that this account is “completely untrue.” But the witness says Brown definitely used drops. See the top 10 shameless male crying displays.
Says the source, “He rubbed it in and he started crying.”
Croc tears or not what I don’t really get is why people still got a stick in their asses when it comes to forgiving Chris Brown. I mean Kobe and Michael Jackson was forgiven. I’m just saying.
I think it’s safe to definitely conclude that Rihanna’s over Chris Brown for real, now that we’ve confirmed that she’s been hooking up with L.A Dodger Matt Kemp, as seen in their pics taken from their vacation in Cabo, Mexico. Especially when he’s giving the paparazzis a great view of him squeezing Rihanna’s ass with a naughty grin on his smug face.
Enjoying it much, buddy? Yeah, we can tell.
If you’ve noticed, I haven’t really posted anything on Rihanna and the whole bidness with her and Chris Brown. I just didn’t wanna jump on the bandwagon. But this shiz is really exploitative. The organization Do Something has just released a PSA where they show a re-enactment of the alleged fight between the two pop singers based on police testimony. While I get the whole idea of it, it just seems a bit crass riding on the coattails of a frightening and brutal event. Sure, battered women is frightening and brutal, but it seems like it would take a celebrity incident to happen for things like this to come out. I would rather they used real stories from ordinary people to bring this issue to light instead on capitalizing on the whole tabloid nature of the incident. There. That’s my two cents on this whole thing.