Chris Brown Proves Once Again That he Deserves No Respect
Social Media exposes a big star with a big mouth.
Is it hard to spell? Is it even more difficult to act respectfully? It is if you’re Chris Brown. I realize he is rich and famous but clearly someone who cares about him should pry his cell phone from his hand and delete his twitter application, and while they're at it, any form of communication he has with the public should be controlled by his manager or his mother. He clearly can’t control his temper.
He also can’t control his inappropriate language. The question becomes, when does this end? He has threatened to defecate on a woman’s eye. A tweet he was later forced to delete, but the responses of his target remain.
How should society handle someone like this? This is someone that young people look up to and the example he is providing is deplorable. The Twitter account has since been removed or shut down, but the ramifications from his tweet “rant” are alarming, and Chris Brown’s fans are threatening death to the women involved in the conflict.
Are people crazy? Have they lost their minds? Threatening to kill someone to show support for a sketchy singer is beyond absurd. I believe in freedom of speech. I do however believe that some people need to have their social media “thoughts” reviewed prior to hitting send. There are some thoughts that need to stay lodged in your head and not enter into the land of cyber space.
Social media is a wonderful way to engage. It is a way to communicate with others. It should not be a place of violence. Recently the New York Police department has hired 300 additional officers to “stalk” social media.
These officers have been hired to try to untangle a web of violence and destruction. We have people fighting over sidewalk corners and respect. If these people want to be respected, they should go to school or work. They should stay out of trouble and they should make a decision to do what is right.
Is Chris Brown to blame for the failure of our society? The answer is no. However, he is an example of a larger problem in our society. The problem is that instead of people being shocked by something, they accept it as the norm.
The laws in our country need to be revised to take into account the dangers associated in cyber space. I can only hope that Chris Brown is given a bar of soap for his mouth, and that he addresses his fans and apologizes for acting this way.
The lady that also engaged in the twitter war was equally at fault. If you do not have anything nice to say, then don't say anything at all! It would be nice if celebrities would be role models instead of irresponsible citizens.
Are you fed up by the onslaught of media attention to poor examples? You know, it would be just as easy to catch people doing something nice.