In my second poll of the actions (or potential actions in the case of Michael Vick) of a pop star, in as many days, singer Chris Brown, who released his ill-advised video apology for violently hitting and biting singer and girlfriend Rihanna (leading Perez Hilton to tweet that it seems as authentic as a a $3 bill) does not score well with the World public in the poll results thus far today.
As for Rihanna herself, she has remained silent for now.
Of a whopping 2,338 voters (in less than one day) 39.02 percent have stated essentially that they don’t believe Chris Brown’s statements, versus 28.75 percent who do, the second largest category. To round out the choices, 18.94 percent believe it was a career move (like me), 8.94 percent want to “see more from him”, and just 4.36 percent responded that he doesn’t need to apologize for anything (I’m surprised that moved beyond zero. )
Here’s my video on the poll and Brown’s statement followed by the poll itself:
If you’ve not taken the poll, here’s your second chance:
Meanwhile – and ok, this may impact your view of Chris – Brown was reportedly seen making-out with another singer, Amber Rose at something called the “All White” party in Los Angeles, something Rose denies. Rihanna’s moved on, first sitting away from Brown at Game Four of the 2009 NBA Finals, then recently seen with Pharell Williams, the star of N.E.R.D, according to The Star Online.
Chris Brown seemed to forget that Rihanna was the target of his anger and thus should have said more too her via the video – he didn’t do that. Something like “Baby, I’m really sorry and I love you very much” would have gained more miles than the garbage he put our yesterday.
Amber Rose better watch out because she won’t like Chris Brown when he’s angry; Rihanna certainly didn’t and after today will not like him for a long time.