Chris Brown Advice…from a White Man

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Shane Sparks Anger in Molestation Accusations

First, I want to say that I never gave a damn about this dude; he always rubbed me the wrong way and it turns out that he could have been doing the same to an underage girl. You know, as much as I want to go IN on dude, nowadays the allegation from these so-called sexual assault victims aren’t credible…

The story is a bit odd as the molestation happened 15 years ago and for it to come to light now raises questions. Like how many more celebrities will be accused of child molestation before R. Kelly has a relapse? The thing that shocked me the most about this story was finding out that Shane has fans! Yes! People were hitting up his Twitter with tweets like “I hope this isn’t true” and “Oh [Shane Sparks], how you’ve disappointed me”. People with a future were hitting up his Twitter with “CHILD MOLESTER!” and “I always knew this guy was a perv!” Let him know! Check out his Twitter page here; this dude seems to have an obsession with Kim Kardashian. There’s not many more details available at the time about the alleged incident but a notable fact is that this makes the second “So You Think You Can Dance” choreographer to be arrested for sexual assault…

So I say this to you Shane: If the allegations against you are true, You know damn well you’re f*ckin’ nasty azz m*th*rf*ck*r. I never did like you, but now, like Eve said, I don’t even know you and I hate you!. Yeah it happened about 15 years ago but you were 25-years-old–what were you doing with a girl under 14!? I’m sure you don’t have a voice like R. Kelly so you better come up with a dance routine to try to save your azz. Kim Kardashian, you can breathe easy…for now.

Finding “Graffiti”

Finding Chris Browns’ latest album “Graffiti” wasn’t that hard to find in a city as big as New York. At the same time, it wasn’t as easy to find as others…

I don’t have much of an opinion about whether it’s right or wrong for retailers to “blackball” Chris’ CD, but I do have some words for Chris.

You’re still proving to the public that you don’t realize the extent of your actions. Yes, it happened almost a year ago but if this is how the public reacts to your actions, you have to accept that. That is, at least until you do something about it! When you went off on Twitter (which was another mistake) you asked “what the f*ck do i gotta do…” If you gotta ask that, then you’ve made it very clear that you weren’t ready for the consequences of your actions. Don’t askĀ us what you gotta do. You yourself said as a man, you want to face the consequences of your actions. Well here it is! The public’s reaction is a part of your consequences! When you find a way to redeem yourself to the public, that’s when you know that you’ve been successful in facing your consequences. Stop whining and redeem yourself!

You know, going off on Twitter was damaging in more ways than one. You gave fans great insight on how angry you can get. So for doing that Chris, you are a dummy (mechanical or not). The bottom line Chris: You f*cked up. You know damn well you did. But as bad as you messed up, redeeming yourself should be much more rewarding in the end if ever you succeed in doing so.

12 Days of “We Off That”

With only 12 days left before the new year, it’s not a good look to see some people on things that we should have been off a long time ago. Lemme break it down in the 12 Days of “We Off That”. Every day until 2010, I’m gonna post on things that we should have been off. Let’s get in…

Number 12: Myspace

Remember back in 2006 when Myspace was fun!?

I know it may be hard to believe today, but yes, Myspace was a good experience! The page layouts, the profile music, the “top friends”–it was the perfect networking site for everybody, and yes, everybody had one. Not having one was like not having an identity. Your layout and profile music defined who you were and you’d work on it until your page captured your style, personality and creativity.

Myspace seemed so unstoppable back then. What happened to you Myspace? You suddenly became incredibly lame sometime between the end of 2007-2008.

If you log onto Myspace and your profile music is MIMS’ “This is Why I’m Hot”, You know damn well…

If you log onto Myspace and your status says “i’m getting married! yay!” and your ex-husband is paying child support, You know damn well…

If you log onto Myspace period, You know damn well…

I wish I could tell you what happened that it got a spot on this list but I just…don’t know. But it doesn’t matter now does it? With social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter, Myspace is longer relevant. But may it rest peacefully.

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12-19-09