Thursday, March 10, 2011

Exclusive: Page Six Magazine Threw Breezy Under The Bus To Sell Issues

Chris Brown Page Six Magazine
Yesterday afternoon, the buzz machine behind the New York Post’s Page Six Magazine released an “exclusive” quote from their big Chris Brown feature in which he, of course was “talking about Rihanna once again.”
Every entertainment blog and website picked up the quote, noting how, once again, Chris Brown was being exactly what the media has painted him out to be over the last two years: unapologetic and self-absorbed.
The headlines were all pretty much the same, and everyone had something to say about it.
In fact, the quote released to the media was actually pulled from Chris’s answer to a question about what advice he would give his younger self.
The bigger quote leading into that statement and the previous quote released about “being blackballed” spoke nothing about Rihanna and all about the meaning of fame in his life and both meanings of his album F.A.M.E.
“Fame is what everybody seeks,” he says. “I get an adrenaline rush from it. But fame is basically love and hate all in one. Without bad, there is no good. Without good, there is no bad.
But when [most] people see certain things happen to somebody, they usually turn away. They don’t want to get involved with it because they don’t want their name attached to anything negative. [Now] They wanna get on the record. They wanna let me back in the door. The last two years, everybody dissed me. But my fans were so dedicated. The way I look at it is, you can’t walk around mad, because then you just prove everybody right that you’re an angry person.
So F.A.M.E. means “Forgiving All My Enemies” and “Fans Are My Everything.” Because I”m dedicating it to my fans.”
Beyond the fact that the quote was about his album, the feature in Page Six Magazine was meant to focus on BreezyArt and Chris Brown’s newly rediscovered love of visual art.
Bottom line: Chris Brown has completed his court mandated anger management courses and the majority of his community service. The judge overseeing his probation has said more than once how impressed he’s been with Chris’s progress.
He has released three successful singles leading up to this album. He was even nominated for a Grammy for a mixtape track.
At which point does the focus go back to his music? SMH.



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