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  • lans ross

    First of all, I am in NO WAY, condoning the “hitting” or physical abuse in any form toward women, gays or “anyone” for that matter.
    Having said that, I believe that Mr. Brown has paid his “debt” to society. He has been punished. He went to court, he was sentenced and he has completed the terms of his punishment/sentence. So, it is time for people to once again focus on his product which is his music/concerts, etc.
    He was wrong. I think he gets the message. It appears he has a temper, or some anger issues. That doesn’t make him a “bad person”. That makes him very possibly a good (young) man with a temper/anger issues. So, in my OPINION, I say it’s time to move on and enjoy this young man’s talent which is awesome. At this point I’m sure he knows he’s not above the law.
    PS: Rihanna is, now, catching some heat for her latest video which COULD send a disturbing message to our youth. and in addressing “double standards”….it’s not OK for her or ANY woman to punch and beat on a man and feel that they should “get that off”, just because they’re a woman. That’s wrong too. Nobody should be hitting any body. That’s just my two cents. Peace.

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