Obviously the talk of the day was Chris Brown’s meltdown following his Good Morning America interview with Robin Roberts. Here are the obvious three revelations this recent meltdown reveals:
- The media does not want to let go of the whole Chris/Rihanna debacle. Robin Roberts made it painfully evident. Yes, Brown gave Roberts permission to ask questions concerning Rihanna, but in the big scheme of things, this was supposed to be about the album. Bad choice on both parts. Let the segment be about what it was supposed to be about: the album.
- Brown should fire his entire squad. Even if he gave Roberts permission, his publicist and managements should have pumped the brakes on that from the gate. In short, they allowed their client to leave himself wide open. Brown should have just said himself he was not answering the questions also. Breezy may want to think PINK (as in pink slips) when it comes to his team.
- This young man needs additional counseling for his anger. This type of behavior can lead to trouble that can last well beyond the mistake from two years ago. We need to pray for this young man. Talented, of course. In control of his emotions, not so much.
Overall, we all know he cannot erase the past. He has to face his errors head on, both on and off camera. But the question remains: how long do you hold a past transgression against a person in the public eye?