I’m totally against a man putting his hands on a woman for any reason, but once someone sincerely apologizes and makes a vow to change, how can you not forgive them? Many people said his career was over and there was no chance he could make a return and be idolized the same way he was before him and Rihanna’s altercation. I beg to differ.
I had the opportunity to see Chris Brown perform at the 105.1 FM Powerhouse Concert at the IZOD Centre last week and the crowd received him very well. During the show I heard people continuously asking when Chris Brown was going to come out – they waited for a while, because he was the last of the 8 performers to hit the stage.
Being his first time on the stage since the incident, Chris seemed to be a little more reserved than I have normally seen him during his performances, nonetheless, he killed it! Despite technical difficulties while performing “Forever,” his part of the show surpassed my expectations.
Hopefully this will make Chris an even better singer and artist as a whole. After all, the best way to come back from a negative is to turn all of the energy into positive actions. We all know that he is more than capable of doing so, but sometimes you need the support of others to help you make it through.
We have all been through points in our lives where we made mistakes and people didn’t think highly of us. Let’s remember that the celebrities we critize so vehemently are no different from us; they’re still human. Like he said in his latest single, He’s a changed man.