@KhaledAlwaleed The whole presentation was confusing. It feels like Apple is having a bit of an identity crisis at the moment.
It would seem that being a woman beater is not harming Chris Browns career in any way, shape or form. Must be nice.
Following an appearance last week on Good Morning America where he was so enraged by an interview that he broke a window, Chris Brown was back on ABC tonight to appear on Dancing With the Stars. Despite the fact that host Tom Bergeron and professional dancer Cheryl Burke both voiced opposition to his coming on the show, come on he did.
In case you’ve forgotten why this matters, while Brown has had some success as a singer, he became most well-known for beating his now ex-girlfriend Rihanna back in early 2009. He got noticed again when American Idol singer Adam Lambert got pulled from some TV bookings due to kissing another man on sage at the American Music Awards. Brown took over Lambert’s bookings, sending a signal that beating women was still better than being gay. Good to know.
So, here we are with Brown still acting up, existing show personalities expressing their dismay at his coming on the program, and ABC just ignores it all. Does he have incriminating photos on someone high up at the network? Somehow he keeps getting on this channel even after he has thrown a hissy fit on another of their shows. Does this make sense to anyone? Was a guy who is simply out promoting a new really that necessary to appear on your show at the risk of alienating viewers and cast members?
Apparently so. Apparently woman beating is perfectly acceptable in the eyes of the Disney-owned network. Getting destructive after another interview on the same network? Perfectly ok.
So glad to see ABC has a sense of moral direction