Chris Brown tells Global Grind that he did not black out. A 30 second video was released today from Chris Brown’s interview with Larry King, in which he says he never fail out of love with Rihanna. Mind you this is a 30 second clip of an hour long video and already headlines have hit the blogsphere, “Chris Brown Blacks Out” or “Chris Brown Doesn’t Remember Beating Rihanna”. Well, Chris Brown tells Global Grind that the video is taken out of context and his real answer to the question regarding that night is below:
That 30 seconds of the interview they used of me was taken from a one hour interview during which that same question was asked something like 4 or 5 times — and when you look at the entire interview you will see it is not representative of what I said.
The first four times – or how ever many times it was – I gave the same answer — which was that I didn’t think it was appropriate for me to talk about what happened that night. I said it was not right for me and it really wasn’t fair to Rihanna. The fifth time – or whatever it was – I just misspoke. I was asked, “Do you remember doing it?” and I said, “No.”
Of course I remember what happened. Several times during the interview, my mother said that I came to her right afterward and told her everything. But it was and still is a blur. And yes, I still can’t believe it happened because it is not me or who I am or is what happened like anything I have ever done before.
Lauren London is tired of the rumors, and wants you to know that Lil Wayne is the father of her child and that she’s happy. Finding out that she was pregnant by Lil Wayne was shocking enough, I don’t know what could top that for me. I was still in denial after seeing the pictures months ago. Anyway, I am going to believe Lauren London and give her the benefit of the doubt, although both Toya and Nivea have expressed their concerns. Not sure at this point why you would want Lil Wayne to be the father, considering you’re like 4th in line, but I guess game is game.
In honor of Michael Jackson’s legacy he was remembered on, what would have been his 51st birthday, Saturday August 29th.
Spike Lee put together a celebration worthy of a king in Brooklyn’s Prospect Park. Despite the rain, hundreds even thousands of people stood to listen to MJ’s music, watch intimatations of his dance moves, and listen to speeches given by public figures such as Reverend Al Sharpton.
According to eye witnesses it was truly a celebration they will not forget.