Thursday, February 12, 2009

hiding out

Welp, looks like Chris Brown didn't head home to VA to hide out from all of the craziness going on right now... He's hangin' out in Vegas.

Okay, maybe not "hangin' out," per say.. More like hiding out. At the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino.

Yeah, someone actually dished out the place where he's staying. That's nice of them. As if he doesn't have a million+ people trying to kill him right now.

They still don't know if they're going to prosecute him. The DA wants more information from the investigation before anything happens... And I agree.

I've been thinkin'... We still don't know everything that happened, so I'm still not trying to judge either of them... But it brings up something I think about sometimes, and I'm going to share it. Even though I know it's going to cause a lot of controversy.

Let's say some of the stories are true, and Rihanna really does go nuts on him and hit him in the face and kick him in the you know what. Why doesn't he have the right to do something back? Why do guys have to sit there and take the physical abuse from a girl just because she's a girl?

I mean, I get that the guy is probably stronger than the girl, and could really do some damage... But it's the same thing as when a little scrawny kid punches a big dude, and then gets jumped, isn't it? "Pick on someone your own size"??

I just think that if a girl is really punching a guy in the face, and kicking and biting and WHATEVER... The guy has every right to hit her back. There, I said it.

I'm not condoning guys hitting girls. I'm not condoning violence period. I just think sometimes a guy deserves the right to defend himself too.

And no, if Chris DID beat up Rihanna as bad as we all think, I don't think it's okay. But I also am sure that there is more behind the story and I can't wait to hear it.

So hate me, yell at me, tell me I'm wrong, tell me I'm right.. Do whatever. But this is how I feel.


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