Chris Brown dropped by publicist

Chris Brown‘s publicist, Tammy Brook, has parted ways with the controversial singer after Brown had a meltdown on Good Morning America last Tuesday. Brown was angry after interviewer Robin Roberts asked him about the aftermath of his violent attack on then-girlfriend, Rihanna. Once he was off the air, Brown walked into his dressing room, ripped off his shirt, broke a window sending shards of glass onto the New York City street below, and then, after confronting one of the show’s producers, left in a huff. He later apologized, saying, “I just wanted to release the anger that I had inside me because I felt that I worked so hard for this music and… I felt like people kept just trying to take it away from me. So yes, I got very emotional, and I wanna apologize for acting like that.”

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  1. Charlie Sheen • March 25, 2011 @ 12:20 PM


  2. C-Dub • March 25, 2011 @ 3:16 PM

    He can wear a bowtie on Larry King and seem all remorseful all he wants, this will haunt him forever. Woman beater. He needs anger management. And not the Jack Nicholson funny kind. He needs the real thing before he does something that will kill someone or himself. The idiot.

  3. nobody important • March 25, 2011 @ 6:25 PM

    “I just wanted to release the anger that I had inside me”
    Yeah, we’ve seen how he releases his anger. We’ve seen Rihanna’s photos, his homophobic twitter tirade, and the recent smashed window.

    ” I felt that I worked so hard for this music and I felt like people kept just trying to take it away from me.”
    Ughh, what a narcissist. No one took anything away from him; he did it all to himself.

    Anyways, I’m glad he was dropped by his publicist, and I hope he never earns another dime off a new album sale again. He’s a piece of garbage. You don’t raise your hand to a woman, and you don’t make childish excuses for your reprehensible actions. Period!!

  4. mandee • March 27, 2011 @ 7:15 AM

    nobody important, so youre telling me if he worked in a coffee shop or in a store and beat his girlfriend up while he was a child (which he was/is) he should never be able to work again and should have to…what? go on welfare and have all of us tax payers supporting him? i disagree that he shouldnt be allowed to make money off of his CAREER because he made some poor choices in life, honestly back when this happened i was the first to condemn him! but, when you stop and think about it, chris’ only problem is that he is a spoiled little brat that was clearly not raised properly by his parents. having a hissyfit in a dressing room only proves this point, how many adults or teenagers do you see having a hissyfit like that? well, certainly the ones that are in any kind of entertainment because they are rich, they are spoiled, they expect the world to give them what they want, only say and do what they want or like. i am sure if that had have been me, i would have been “angry” too about them throwing my mistakes back in my face on public television to remind the world that i was still just a stupid, spoiled little child. i feel sorry for him and i do think he needs years of counseling to solve his anger problems and to get to the root of WHY he is so angry!

  5. nobody important • March 27, 2011 @ 8:25 AM

    mandee, as per usual, your rationale is flawed beyond comprehension. Quite frankly, it doesn’t dignify a response.

    – You’re saying he beat his girlfriend as a “CHILD” which almost absolves him of any responsibility. Have you seen the photos? Have you seen many innocent “CHILDREN” brutalize others in a similar fashion?

    – You diminish spousal abuse as a “poor choice”. I think it’s far more serious than that mandee. It’s time society put it’s foot down on these matters rather than giving offenders a free pass – most especially because they’re famous.

    – You imply welfare is his only alternative to a music career. Do you realize he’s already earned millions? Do you realize there’s plenty of work outside the public spotlight for someone like him? I suggest something where he’s not considered a role model for anyone.

    – You trivialize his actions as a “teenage hissyfit”? Again, how many teenage hissyfits result in spousal abuse?

    – You say you would be angry too about someone throwing your mistakes back in my face on public television. Have you even grasped the selfishness of your comments? It’s not about you; there was actual victim, and it wasn’t you. Would you propose I sympathize for Hitler because people pick on him for sending 11 million to death camps?

    Again, mandee, your comments never cease to amaze. I don’t feel the least bit sorry for Chris Brown. In fact, I think it’s due time we – the piublic- made examples of garbage of Chris Brown’s caliber.

  6. mandee • March 27, 2011 @ 3:49 PM

    nobody important on March 27, 2011 8:25 AM funny you still felt the need to respond. just because i disagree with you, it doesnt mean MY “rationale is flawed beyond comprehension” if that were true about everyone that rationale is flawed beyond comprehension”.

    i didnt say he isnt responsible for what happened, im saying EVERYONE (ESPECIALLY children) make mistakes, they learn from their mistakes and become better people (unless there is something mentally wrong with them, causing them to become worse people). now, in this instance chris ripped his shirt off and broke a window, how many women did he beat up? as far as im concerned he has already learned that hitting others is wrong, therefore he took it out on a window which CAN be replaced.

    im not implying chris get a FREE pass, nor am i implying spousal abuse isnt WRONG. abusing someone IS a choice, you either beat them or you dont. all im saying is give chris a chance to show that he has changed (which again, beating up a window and beating up rhianna, NOT THE SAME THING lol), that he has matured and grown up at least a bit from the person he once was.

    i never once implied that welfare was his only other choice, i was giving you a scenario so i could see where your mind set was, and you still did NOT answer me — if he worked in a store, coffee shop, general motors etc would you expect them to fire him and expect EVERY industry in the entire world not to hire him because of what he did in his personal time? or is it just because hes famous that he should lose his job and no longer be able to receive income from fans that still admire him? clearly, im not as stupid as you imply i am and i know theres other work, once again it was a scenario brought up asking you if you feel the same way about people that arent famous, or if youre biased and only think that the famous ones that make mistakes should be punished.

    again, teenage hissyfit is the right term when a teenager beats someone up or breaks a damn window while ripping their shirt off their own body.

    did you see me say anything about rhianna? anywhere in my post? i sure didnt. im sure rhianna is sick and tired of being reminded all the time what she went through. murdering 11 million people and beating your girlfriend ONCE is not the same thing and i have no idea why people like you feel the need to bring up re*tarded scenarios and link them to things that are about 11 million times less severe just to try to get your point across. seriously? you couldnt have just said “well what about that time charlie sheen threatened his wife with a knife” think about the things youre saying before you say them, it just makes you look as juvenile as chris (aha see what i mean? do YOU look as juvenile as chris who beat his girlfriend just because you brought up hitler? no, but im sure you didnt appreciate the comment, did you?)

    im sure if everyone felt the way you did, he would no longer have a career, but in this world of millions of people, each with their own brain, will power, thoughts and decisions its never going to happen. people like chris’ VOICE or they like his videos or the way he dresses, and they have that right, im sure rhianna has already forgiven chris, so who are we to continue to judge him and hate him over a mistake that he made? rhianna lived, shes alive and healthy and happy and still making music, its not the end of the world.

  7. nobody important • March 27, 2011 @ 7:23 PM

    “abusing someone IS a choice, you either beat them or you dont” – mandee
    …and that’s when I stopped reading your post.

  8. Chris • March 28, 2011 @ 12:50 AM

    The only reason i know he still is relevant is because Busta Rymths and Lil Wayne gave his new single “look at me now” a big kick in the ass. They killed that track, it was awesome. All Chris Brown did was do an “alright” chorus…..ON HIS OWN SINGLE!

    Now that’s when you know your trying to get back at the top of the game…. when you get two other artists to launch it for you with there talent. haha.

  9. mandee • March 28, 2011 @ 7:07 AM

    sorry just noticed that my first paragraph got mixed up : nobody important on March 27, 2011 8:25 AM funny you still felt the need to respond. just because i disagree with you, it doesnt mean MY rationale is flawed beyond comprehension if that were true about everyone that disagreed with everyone, then YOUR “rationale is flawed beyond comprehension.

    it IS a choice, everyone CHOOSES what they do with their life, with their hands, with their brains, with their body. you cant honestly think that people that beat their wives or husbands dont CHOOSE to do it?

  10. Germain • March 28, 2011 @ 7:20 AM

    Mandee, I see where you’re coming from but saying that they choose it is too black or white. Some people with mental illness (i’m not suggesting that this is Brown’s case but you generalized your point) are not in a state of mind to make a conscious choice, they don’t see an alternative.

  11. truth • March 28, 2011 @ 6:51 PM

    how can you people be so ignorant, dont you see what going on here, its the same thing that happened with DMX micheal vick etc. He obviously was recruited by the illuminati and then later on cam eto his sense and decided to leave but they dont let anyone leave they ruin his/ her public image till eventually if they still dont stand down they get rid of him liek micheal jackson.

  12. mandee • March 29, 2011 @ 9:48 PM

    germain, youre right, and i dont mean to suggest that ALL people CHOOSE to hurt others, some are mentally ill, but with chris that is not the case, hes a spoiled brat that wasnt raised properly raised and is now acting out when he doesnt get his own way. 90% of the people we read about that are abusing their girlfriends or whatnot are not suffering from mental illness, they are just choosing to take their anger out on that person instead of dealing with it in a healthier, safer way for everyone involved.

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