Chris Brown Pleas For Fans To Keep His Career Alive
If Chris Brown could turn back the hands of time and bind his hands the night of the Rihanna incident, I bet he sure would. Ever since that fateful night, Chris and his career have been on quite the downswing. When you have to reach out to your fans to "bring me back" you've hit the bottom.
TMZ reports that Brown used a website SayNow.com to record a message to his fans. Here's what they reported:
Brown's message is available through SayNow.com -- a website in which celebrities can record messages for their fans. In the message, Brown begs his fans to help "bring me back"-- saying "a lot of radio stations aren't playing my records. They are not being that supportive and I wouldn't expect them to."
Brown goes on to say he's "a better guy now" ... but says "[My music] won't be possible if I'm not relevant on the radio."
He's a "better guy" because he wants "better money" in his pockets. I don't feel bad for a guy who put his hands on another woman, his career is "suffering" for having done so, but still has money in the bank. I don't believe that's suffering at all, mon ami.