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    Chris Brown should be removed from the gene pool.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz...x-Rihanna.html

    Chris Brown reveals new tattoo of a 'beaten woman'... but denies it's his ex Rihanna



    Chris Brown has unveiled a new tattoo on his neck of what appears to be a woman's battered and bruised face.

    The 23-year-old singer put the ink on display during an event in Las Vegas earlier this month.

    The face structure, arched eyebrows and plump lips certainly bear a resemblance Rihanna, and the design has eerie echoes of the shocking picture that emerged of the We Found Love singer after he brutally assaulted her in 2009.


    (Possibly triggering photos of Rihanna's bruised face post-attack)


    But sources close to Chris insist any similarities are purely coincidental, telling TMZ: 'It's a random woman.'

    The pair sparked rumours that they were rekindling their romance at the MTV VMAs last week after they were seen kissing and hugging.

    Rihanna, who touched down at LAX yesterday after a trip to London, opened up about her complicated feelings for her ex to Oprah Winfrey last month, calling him 'the love of my life'.

    She confirmed they still have a 'very close friendship' and added she felt sympathy for him in the wake of the infamous violent attack that left her in hospital.

    She explained: 'I just felt like he made that mistake because he needed help.'

    'The main thing for me is that he is at peace,' she continued. 'I’m not at peace if he is unhappy or he is still lonely. I care. It actually matters that he finds peace.'

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    Rihanna or not, why would you want a giant tattoo of a battered woman on your neck for all to see?

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    Not to defend him, because he's disgusting, but I read somewhere that it's flowers on the woman's face. Still, it looks like a battered woman, and is just a terrible tattoo in general. YOU ARE RICH! GET A BETTER TATTOO ARTIST.

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    It's not flowers, and looking at it next to photos of Rhianna after he beat her, it's clear to me what that neck tattoo is trying to convey.


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    Ugh. Yea. Uncanny resemblance to that second photo you posted. I TAKE BACK WHAT I SAID.

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    Well, good. His outside now matches the inside. Consider it woman-repellent. Any woman who can look at that, consider it in the context of his past actions and still want to be involved with him can't argue she didn't know what he was from the get-go - a disgusting, unrepentent little thug. Still dumb enough to want to date him? Your funeral, perhaps literally.

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    and really, what horrible work. that's one of the ugliest, unprofessionally done tattoos I've ever seen. He seems to be trolling himself more than anything.

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    90% of tattoos I see are horrific, actually. Celebrities or ordinary people, there are lots of talentless hacks with guns out there and a lot of people who have very little aesthetic judgment willing to hire them.

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    dude. what the . . .

    he must be disturbed.

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    http://www.buzzfeed.com/mjs538/horri...at-the-grammys

    This is what I think of when people try to defend him (no one here obviously).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jake View Post
    http://www.buzzfeed.com/mjs538/horri...at-the-grammys

    This is what I think of when people try to defend him (no one here obviously).
    What the what? What is wrong with these women?
    You don't have to do everything all by yourself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SweetPea View Post
    What the what? What is wrong with these women?
    dumb. flippant. no self respect.
    mostly I'm sure they think it's tongue-in-cheek
    but it's really just pathetic. grow up peeps

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    As a woman who was physically abused by a former boyfriend... I really find those jokes so fucking offensive that I don't even know where to start. I will never understand this. Never. Ugh. *rage*

    BEING BEATING ISN'T "SEXXY" YOU IDIOTS!!!
    You don't have to do everything all by yourself.

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    The fact that the music industry awards him, lets him perform, plays his music on the radio... enrages me. I've dealt with domestic abuse myself and I just wonder if those who are giving him this free pass haven't experienced it, and therefore don't understand how sickening it is to watch Chris Brown strut around like he owns the place?

    I've gotten into quite a few debates with friends over it. "Haven't we punished him enough?" "He learned from it, he did community service, can't we just move on?" "Rihanna is free to do what she wants, she's an adult!"

    1) He's not in jail. We didn't punish him at all.
    2) He hasn't learned from it - as shown with this tattoo.
    3) Rihanna is a victim and needs more help than her handlers seem to think. I feel sorry for fans who looked up to her after she came out against violence, and even said that she couldn't go back to him because it would set a bad example to her young fans. Then she does a song with him about getting her "candles blown out" by the same man who almost killed her.

    Last edited by Jake; 09-11-2012 at 09:01 PM.

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    There are few things more psychologically damaging than having someone you love hurt you in a way you never thought they would... And seeing Chris Brown parade around like some fucking peacock and flaunt his "fuck you, I do what I want" attitude makes me so fucking angry. This shit is insane! INSANE! And the people that defend him should be thankful they've never had to experience that kind of horrifying terror you only get from the one person in the world you thought would never hurt you, come at you with their hands raised to harm you. Ugh, it makes me physically ill just thinking of it.
    You don't have to do everything all by yourself.

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