There comes a point when people have to drop their pseudo calls for “positivity” that are really nothing more than ways of deflecting accountability and own up to and subsequently correct their transgressions.
That point should come about a millisecond after you’re accused of throwing a chair at a window in the building of a television network in Times Square because you were mad a journalist did their job.
For a while, I wondered if much of what I wrote about Chris Brown following “the incident” was a bit too harsh. Maybe so, but I don’t think it was in vain.
I will say that Chris has a point that it’s unfair how much Charlie Sheen has gotten away with over the years. But in my latest piece for The Root, I write why it doesn’t matter.
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Y’all, I want him to win, but he’s gotta learn to relax, relate…release.