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Meanwhile, his career has been as consistent as his unbridled aggression.
As The Daily Beast’s Kevin Fallon wrote in 2016, “Brown has had six Top 20 singles, released five new albums that have sold nearly 2.5 million copies in the U. alone, led world tours, been nominated for 11 Grammy Awards—winning one—and been nominated for 27 BET Awards, winning 11.
Kelly’s victims has everything to do with the singer’s seeming ability to surmount even the most vile accusations.
Responding to a highly disturbing article that detailed R.
This is all, by the way, after assaulting Rihanna.” During a cultural moment where watching bad men get ousted from their powerful positions has become something of a national pastime, Brown’s continued success might feel inexplicable.
But that was only the most notable entry in Brown’s long history of alleged abuse against women.WATCH: Rihanna Has No Interest in Joining Taylor Swift's Squad"I was that girl -- that girl who felt that as much pain as this relationship is, maybe some people are built stronger than others.Maybe I'm one of those people built to handle sh*t like this," Rihanna now shares about her state of mind at the time. But you know, you realize after a while that in that situation you're the enemy.Remarkably, this was not the case for Chris Brown, who made waves on Halloween morning when he dropped a 45-track album.But this story of a known abuser who somehow still manages to make “much anticipated” music with high profile collaborators gets even spookier: As of Tuesday, was the No. Despite his alleged propensity toward violence, threats, and physical and verbal harassment, Chris Brown has had the sort of blessed career that most victimless R&B singers can only dream of.Instead of fleeing from these allegations or at the very least feigning personal growth, XXX makes music and public statements that relish in his lack of repentance, insulting his ex and threatening his haters.XXX is a parody of an artist who should not be tolerated; a man accused of the sorts of crimes that should make landing a positive Pitchfork review—let alone a label offer—impossible.Kelly’s alleged “sex cult” of young black women, Packnett wrote, “A predator must carefully select his prey, and young black women are perpetually among the most in need, the most abused, and the least likely to tell.They’re an all-too-perfect victim for a calculating, sadistic mind.” She continued, “Every time we choose to , and every time we buy a record or a concert ticket, we prove Kelly’s calculations right.In 2016, a woman even claimed that Brown threatened her at gunpoint. He mocked Kehlani after her attempted suicide, allegedly beat his longtime manager to the point that he required medical attention, and has fought with Frank Ocean and Drake’s entourage (Brown or a member of his crew allegedly called Ocean a homophobic slur mid-brawl).In the category of inappropriate behavior that’s just plain stupid, Brown (allegedly) threw a chair at a window while on the Whether he’s taking his anger out on a woman, Frank Ocean, or an inanimate object, Brown can always be counted on for a violent outburst.