Chris Brown. What’s he going to be remembered for? Selling a load of lousy records? His pastel coloured blazers? Of course not. He’ll forever be remembered as the man that punched ten-shades out of Rihanna.
As yet, Breezy has failed to say anything approaching ‘sorry’ for the attack and, indeed, preferred to ‘forgive his enemies’ who keep bringing it up, like its our fault he thwacked his bony knuckles against RiRi’s skull repeatedly.
And thanks to him failing to show any kind of remorse, he’s been told that?he must remain on probation. That’s not stopped the Grammies from booking him though. We can only hope for another ‘shirt-off, chair through a window’ episode, eh?
A judge in LA said that Brown should continue to report to an official in Virginia. If his actions are no longer criminal, his awful, awful records are worthy of official investigation all the same.
Despite the fact that Brown was sentenced to 180 hours community service and five years probation, which has been extended, he’ll still be appearing at?this weekend’s Grammy show in LA… ALONGSIDE RIHANNA!
This has come about after a judge relaxed the restraining order that banned Brown from contacting Rihanna or getting within 10 yards of her. Basically, the judge wanted to ensure that Rihanna was just out of arm’s reach.
Rumours abound that Brown and Rihanna are something of an item again, which with any luck, will be career suicide for the pair of them. Seriously. We’re sick of the sight of either of them to be perfectly frank. However, such is the blind devotion of Team Breezy (that’s the self-appointed collective name for those ditheringly stupid enough to call themselves fans of ol’ Fisty McPunchy), it looks like he’s going to hang around a good while yet.
Also performing at this year’s Grammys are Paul McCartney, Adele, Nicki Minaj, Bruno Mars, Katy Perry, Coldplay, Foo Fighters and Taylor Swift.