Expert To Chris Brown: Delete @chrisbrown [pg. 2]
? Never Let ‘Em See You Beg
If I was with Chris Brown when he sent that message last week, my advice would have been, ‘Don’t beg your fans to do something that they naturally would not do.’ That only makes things worse. He needs to examine what happened here—he got into big trouble, and he didn’t put out an excellent album. He needs to take a break from the industry even at the risk of ending his relationship at the label and tell his fans that he’s really going through some deep therapy, that he wants to learn how to respect women more than anything and that he wants to be the spokesperson for domestic violence. But you don’t say that today, you say that a year from now and in the meantime make yourself transparent and accountable.
? Cancel The Twitter Accont… Again
Twitter is a global vehicle to communicate on your own. It’s risky because you don’t have the expertise to understand what you shouldn’t be saying, especially when you’re not feeling good about yourself or you’re angry. My immediate advice to Chris Brown is to get off it. —As told to Tracy Garraud