comeandawakenlove says: Have you been able to find the original Mediaite article anywhere? I'd love to read it. I've been looking, and I can't find a cached version or anything of the sort.
» SFB says: Google didn’t have a cached version, but Bing did. Here you go. Glad we were able to find it. — Ernie @ SFB
Any of this ringing a bell? Because I’ll never forget that night. I’ll never forget the horrific photos. I’ll never forget reading the terrifying police report. And I’ll never forgive you for forgiving him.The Daily What • Writing in a post directed at pop star Rihanna, which attempts to lecture her on interacting with Chris Brown on Twitter and other places. The article is problematic for a few reasons, most notably the line above, which ends the piece, and also the way it seemingly attempts to pin blame on the victim for the incident. Rihanna went through a bunch of stuff — in public, mind you — and by personifying the anger, TDW makes a tactical error that has inspired a number of angry responses. A thought: Sometimes it’s best to play something straight down the middle and let the reader decide how they feel about an issue, rather than putting yourself in the middle.
We’re glad to have him back. I think people deserve a second chance, you know. If you’ll note, he has not been on the Grammys for the past few years and it may have taken us a while to kind of get over the fact that we were the victim of what happened.Ken Ehrlich, Grammys Exec Producer, on Chris Brown performing tonight. Read that quote again. He says they needed a while to kind of get over the fact that they were the victim of what happened. HE SAYS THE GRAMMYS WERE THE VICTIM OF CHRIS BROWN’S ABUSE OF RIHANNA. Read more WTF insights here. Quote’s source here. (via celinenyc)
The man having the best day online: Mac Lethal’s brilliant cover of Chris Brown’s “Look At Me Now,” in which he raps about (and flips) pancakes, would be a career-maker for most rappers. But he upped the ante, by creating a completely different viral thing — “Texts from Bennett,” in which he posts bizarre and insane (and profane) texts from his friend Bennett. Even if the texts aren’t real, this video totally is. Congratulations, Mr. Lethal.