by Michael Arceneaux onFebruary 1, 2013
Michael Arceneaux pens a stern open letter at Ebony.com to the altercation-prone pop star.
November 28, 2012
This week on The Confab: Join Staff Writer Jenée Desmond-Harris as she chats with Assistant Editor Akoto Ofori-Atta and contributing editors Edward Wyckoff Williams and Hillary Crosley about allegations that coverage of Chris Brown's latest Twitter brawl was racially tinged. Plus: President Obama's responsibility to blacks.
by Cord Jefferson onNovember 28, 2012
Cord Jefferson argues at Gawker that while it's understandable that Brown's actions get more attention than those of less-famous white men accused of the same thing, there are some signs of prejudice in the attacks on the singer and his fans.
by Demetria L. Lucas onNovember 28, 2012
Writing at Clutch magazine, The Root's contributing editor Demetria L. Lucas starts off with the disclaimer "Chris Brown is an a--hole," but concludes that in the singer's battle of words with comedian Jenny Johnson, he wasn't the only one who was out of line.
by Helena Andrews onNovember 27, 2012
Not battered women or anyone who advocates for them, that's for sure.
by Claudio E. Cabrera onFebruary 15, 2012
The singer cursed out his critics on the social networking site.
January 6, 2011
Thanks to social media like Twitter, we have more access to celebrities than we've ever had before. For some stars, this greater visibility has done wonders for their careers and causes. For others, the open forum has done them no favors. Here are our picks for the winners and losers of Twitter.
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