Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Take the Poll!


So do you think this was a one time thing...or just a public look at a cycle of abuse? I gotta tell you, looking for a picture of these two was kinda sad. They look pretty happy to the outside world. But I guess that goes part and parcel for this type of thing...

5 comments:

Rachel Tamed said...

I do listen to music from both of these folks, but I'm not much of a music follower, so I was quite shocked to learn that they are 19 and 20. I think life has probably happened a little too fast for both of them. And it is quite well proven that our brains do not fully mature until our mid-20's. Add alcohol and jealousy into that mix, and you have situations like this.

I think it is very sad, considering the history of abuse in Chris Brown's family, and I hope that he gets the help he needs to keep something like this from ever happening again. I do agree that they probably argued up a storm for a long time before this, but being in the public eye so much, I don't think they could have gotten away with any other fights like this.

I know I'm only 25, but I can say with all honesty, I was a damn kid when I was 19. And I hope both of these ones grow up okay.

canadachick said...

young, stubborn, huge egos....jealousy and insecurities. People throwing themselves at your significant other ALL THE TIME...no thanks. But not surprising.....i think it may have happened before, but just my opinion..Also think it happens to others WAY more than we know -this one was just in public. But is it any worse than Lindsay/Sam punching kicking it up in a hotel hallway ? Not really

Mooshki said...

Definitely not a one time thing. It sounds like his life has always been full of violence. I just hope she doesn't stay with him.

merrick said...

from everything I have read, this is not a one time thing .. in fact, friends are coming forward now, too little too late, saying they were worried for her. Batter woman syndrome has set in young for Rhianna, I hope she gets the help she needs to get away from him and this abusive behavior.

GladysKravitz said...

Beating your lover to the point of contussions and bruises is not a one time thing. You don't go from mature arguing to fists and calling the police. He stopped at humiliation, minor slaps, kicks and punches on the way to this. I say that he tested her limits and she didn't give him any, based on results. They both need help.