Heads rolled and teeth were sucked when Chris Brown‘s neck tattoo resembling a battered woman surfaced last week. Brown’s rep denied that it was an abused woman or created in the likeness of Rihanna, claiming the tattoo was a Mexican sugar skull. The pop star took to his usual platform of choice to tweet about the speculations. “I’m an artist and this is art. Dia de los Muertos.” That succinct explanation didn’t appease the critics or The Daily.
In its “UNSOLICITED ADVICE DEAR CHRIS BROWN” column, the writer, how can we eloquently put this, goes in on Chris Brown. “Of course, being the little punk you are, you denied the tattoo was her likeness,” reads the letter. The writer goes on to address Brown’s artistry. “You’re not an artist. You’re not even a man. You are a stupid, violent child with minor talent, and you don’t seem to realize how easily replaceable you are.” It doesn’t end there. “Your music is cheap candy, a bunch of heavily processed garbage filled with artificial sweetners and of no nutritional value.”
If that wasn’t candid enough for your taste, the letter ends with the writer’s final piece of advice on Chris being a villain. “You’re always going to be the villain–a role you carved all on your own. Nothing is ever going to change that, and if you don’t like it, then step off the stage. No one will miss you.” Team Breezy would beg to differ with that last sentence.
Do you think the advice column went too far? Was there any truth to the writer’s harsh criticisms? Read the full letter here, and tell us what you think in the comment section.
Unsolicited Advice Dear Chris Brown [The Daily]
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