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A Brown Chris is Doleful

In Griot, Music, News on March 14, 2010 at 10:27 am

Blue isn’t likely his favorite color – since his sur name is naturally Brown
Many have excelled past thier younger hells, but Chris’ career is still down.

Can you find it in your heart to render him a ‘forgiving pound’?
Is there anyway to embrace Chris back into the music arena round?

Brown has been vying for a way to revitalize his career following his 2009 assault on ex-girlfriend Rihanna, and has resorted to desperate measures to stage his comeback. The 20-year-old singer-dancer, who is on probation for five years, recorded an audio message Wednesday on Say Now asking his fans to “bring [him] back.” A humbled Brown said he needs his fans’ help. “Some radio stations aren’t playing my records,” he said. “They’re not being that supportive and I wouldn’t expect them to. But it’s on the fansIt’s in your power to bring me back.”

I read the online details in a Yahoo article that was floating around my global space
And I was wondering if you have any love for Chris left in your heart or in your CD rotate?

If you’re unsure — it’s okay. It just simply means “you might”.
I know we all have fears of turning out another Turner, Ike

but I’d like to think
Chris is nowhere near that abyss sink.

Rihanna has forgiven him, even while under a court ordered ‘relationship bar’.
But when it comes to ‘blacks forgiving blacks’ – we can be overbearingly hard.

We can be a sad reflection of The Good Lord. When do we buoy up from our ‘be damned’ depths?
If time heals all, when will Chris get the call, that we’ve forgiven him – his past regrets?

No man is perfect & I would never condone physical abuse
I’d just hate to throw away a good soul that’s done wrong– and forfiet his purposeful use.

Especially post their apologies in the face of the truth.
Chris was a kid –19 in his youth.
The act has rid him of fans, but not of his muse….

Can we find it in our culture to re-insert his use?
I’m Qui

Sharing with you ‘the plight of a fallen’ view.

Do you think that Chris’ apology can change his past hue?
I think the young talents future rests with me and you…
What will we do?