Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Domestic Violence not Acceptable even by Celebrities

Rihanna sings about girls going bad when they are abused by their lovers. It is never a good thing for a boyfriend or husband to beat his girlfriend, even is he is a celebrity. This romance will fail because of it. Especially in this day and age abusing your partner is not tolerable. And it shouldn't be allowed to happen. It doesn't matter that Rihanna wants to reconcile. Beating up a woman should not be allowed. A message should be sent. Her boyfriend should go to jail. A message should be sent especially to the young in our society: if you beat up a woman you will go to jail. The entertainment community should be supporting this idea. Instead they take the politically correct cop out. They should be saying to Rihanna, drop that loser. Men who beat up their women are losers:

Pop pair Chris Brown and Rihanna are back in L.A. -- and they're reportedly hiding out from press as they work on their reconciliation.

According to OK! magazine, the couple decided to stay away from their Los Angeles homes -- which no doubt have hordes of paparazzi camping out -- and shack up at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel.

The controversial couple returned from Miami on a private jet. They are reportedly trying to patch things up after a February 8 altercation that left Rihanna bloodied and bruised after Brown allegedly beat her.

The twosome may not receive the kind of support they're hoping for. While Rihanna's dad publicly stated he's behind his daughter in whatever decision she makes, new reports suggest the "Umbrella" singer's family isn't ready to forgive and forget. "Everyone wants them to take a break, to cool off," a Rihanna relative revealed to People magazine. "No one wants them back together. I'm concerned -- I don't want her to make a mistake, and I don't want her to ever go through this again."

Immediately following the battering, a reconciliation between Chris and Rihanna didn't seem likely. Brown went into hiding, while Rihanna recuperated in Mexico -- after reportedly helping the LAPD build a case against her allegedly abusive beau.

Will Brown be charged -- and will Rihanna defend him in court? Chris faces a judge in L.A. on Wednesday.

Rap artists promote abusing women in their lyrics. So it shouldn't be any surprise that Kanye West comes to the defense of Chris Brown:
In the wake of the Chris Brown and Rihanna incident, Kanye West spoke out, saying Rihanna was like the rapper’s “baby sis” and noting he would “do anything and everything to help her in any situation.”

But on Saturday, West joined VH1’s “Storytellers” fold, and came to the defense of Brown.

“Can’t we give Chris a break?” West told the audience. “I know I make mistakes in life.”

If Brown isn't going to jail he should be hit in the pocket book.
Rapper Flo Rida has decided not to include a collaboration that the Florida native did with R&B singer Chris Brown for his upcoming album. It seems that the heat from the controversial alleged assault charges against Brown was too much to bare.

“I recorded a great song with Chris. But I won’t be releasing it now because of what’s going on with him and Rihanna,” the rapper reportedly stated in a statement according to numerous reports. Meanwhile other reports state there were clearance issues.

The rapper allegedly had high hopes for the song which is titled “Sweat” featuring Chris Brown on the hook.