There are so many things you can do to brighten your public image as a celebrity: volunteer work; stay out of the tabloids; or maybe (for the benefit of society) just staying out of the public eye for a while, laying low, keeping to yourself. None of which Chris Breezy is doing, and homeboy could use all the help he can get in improving his image.
Instead, Chris has decided to defend dog of all dogs, Tiger Woods. In an interview with the Mojo in the Morning show in Detroit (people still want to talk to this kid!?), Brown states:
“I think people always deserve a second chance, whatever [Tiger’s] personal life is — and I think this goes for me and him — his personal life is his personal life. Nobody has the right to place judgment or make any judgment on somebody else’s personal life when they’re not directly involved with them.”
Unless you are a huge celebrity, of course. And a huge douche. And an attention thirsty media hog.
OK, maybe I’m being a little harsh but really, Chris Brown? You are going to step up and defend a cheater after what you did? Of course you’re supporting him – he took the heat off of you for a little while. But do you really think that your support is what El Tigre needs right now? Like listeners are going to hear that and think, “You know what? That abusive boyfriend is right! We can’t judge Tiger for cheating on his family with 15 women!”
And I’m sure Tiger just loves having Chris Brown in his corner (In the end of the interview Brown stated, “My hats off to him – I support him.”). It’s like having John Mayer, Jon Gosselin or Scott Disick come to his defense.
If Chris Brown really wants to keep his personal life personal and help out his fellow douche-tard, Mr. Woods, maybe he should just stop talking. Because, really, the more he talks the harder it is for me to enjoy myself when ‘Forever’ starts blasting in the club.