[The Word] Chris Brown’s New Year’s Resolution is to not speak to the press…

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Chris Brown’s New Year’s Resolution is to not speak to the press…

In an interview with Billboard, Chris Brown’s manager Tina Davis revealed that he would not be doing any interviews in 2012. She told the magazine that he won’t do interviews, but he will “concentrate on performing and recording…..” She added, “We’re not trying to be rude, selfish or disrespectful to anyone in anyway. If people are going to judge anything, judge him for his talent.”

Was my first thought …


Then I though a little longer and said …

…Because Chris doesn’t do very well with interviews.

But after more thought, I’m like …

Is this smart? On one side his talent will always be the focus if there’s no room for him to hang himself. On the other hand, it doesn’t help Chris grow as an interviewee if he’s not  experienced, he needs to be well spoken and articulate and able to handle himself as an adult in any situation. This approach would be more beneficial if his talent were up for questioning, and that is not the case. If he’s taking the year to train in proper etiquette and demeanor, or receiving help for his anger management issues, then this works wonderfully. If not, then we can look forward to him throwing bigger tantrums whenever he does return to doing interviews. Suppressing one’s issues is not the same as resolving them. They just become bottled up which can lead to an even bigger explosion once these issues are finally released.

And not for nothing, there are not MANY artist who can successfully afford to isolate the press under any circumstances.

But this is in fact, just our humble opinion.

-Stay Fly!

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