At this point, I think there is something sinister going on or someone or something behind the scenes telling people what they should and should not do in regards to Chris & Rihanna. Yesterday, I was excited when I read what Usher had said after seeing all the photos of Chris Brown on jet skis and having a great time in Miami.
He basically came out in public and said everything all of you had been saying on here. Usher said that he was disappointed in the way Chris was acting and flexing his muscles and that he should show a little remorse. I thought it was exactly the right thing to say and definitely sent the right message. I didn't see anything wrong with it at all but someone did.
"I'm a little disappointed in this photo [of Chris Brown jet skiing and flexing his muscles]," "After the other photo [of Rihanna's bruised face] "C'mon, Chris. Have a little bit of remorse, man. The man's on jet skis? Like, just relaxing in Miami?"
Today, instead of celebrating his remarks and giving Usher the accolades he deserves, he instead released a statement apologizing for what he said. WTF? "The comments made during a recent recording session amongst friends were taken out of context and blown out of proportion. I apologize on behalf of myself and my friends if anyone was offended. The intentions were not to pass judgment and we meant no harm. I respect and wish the best for all parties involved."
Who would have been offended? Were any of you offended? I wasn't offended that he said it. I can't imagine anyone other than Chris Brown or Rihanna or the guy who let them have the house being offended? Who in their right mind would be offended that Usher thought Chris was being an a-hole and celebrating like he won? What? As soon as Riahnna took him back then he was allowed to go out and have fun and just forget about the whole thing? Usher was right. Usher was VERY right and honestly, I question his judgment about a lot of things but he has shown in the past few weeks that he is a really decent guy.
Someone got to Usher yesterday and obviously said that he was making Chris Brown look bad by his comments. Who doesn't want Chris Brown to look bad? Who is making money off Chris Brown? Now, I'm wondering if maybe there isn't some money floating around to some people to forget some things they saw or heard. Maybe this is why the reconciliation. I don't know, but I do know that Usher has nothing to apologize for and I want to know who told him that he needed to release a statement apologizing and for what?