But I'm not here to defand what he did, cuz' I def' don't agree with it.
I just think that we are def' not the one to judge him, nor we the ones to decide if she should forgive him or not.
I'm just saying people do stupid ****, if they learn from their mistakes than no need to hold a grudge, it's the immature thing to do.
Until anyone proves otherwise, seems like Chris has learned his leason, so Rihanna forgiving him is the grown thing to do, you should learn too.
Uhm why should I?
Rihanna has never publicyly acknowledge being friends with him again.
Last I was told he was a monster who she was ashamed to have dated.
And since based on past and recent behaviour I still think that CB is a violent immature man then nope, forgiving him is nothing I should do.
In my book, domestic abuse is one of the worst things and CB hasn't shown any remose until his sales started to suffer.
You, of course, are free to disagree.
Let me educate you: art in its purest form represents the artist as much at it represents its public. Million Reasons is a personal song, yet speaks to you in a universal language. You are not supposed to like it but you are not supposed to compare it to the incomparable for the sake of an argument when it's not needed. This album has no analog in Gaga's discography and if you are to compare it, you should do so by using other examples which in this case are timeless records sung by talented artist. Therefore, Joanne is already classic.
If Gaga was racist, disrespectful etc...Also, if she did something very offensive towards religion.
Is this some kind of joke ?
But to answer the question NOTHING could make me turn against my fave (because I don't hold her accountable for her actions, just like her peers) and I'll be forever grateful to her for showing me the true face of the industry that I used to dream of when I was younger...
Originally posted by Patrick
She's a struggling writer, just trying to pursue her true literary passion. Sure, she just needs to pen another hit YA fiction novel, but that's easier said than done. One does not simply churn out a new Rebels: City of Indra: The Story of Lex and Livia every week. Her financial concerns are very valid.
The day Rihanna stops being humble about her success is the day I stop stanning for her. Because being a stan is about more than just the music. I stan for Rihanna not only because of her music but because of the person she is. If she ever changed who she is, I would stop stanning.
And also if she EVER gets back with Chris Brown, it's over. I won't support a person who is a hypocrite. Especially over something like domestic violence, which affects so many women all over the world. She's a role model to those women whether she likes it or not, so she has a responsibility to do the right thing and set an example.