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Over the weekend, Chris Brown was working on some music inside Record Planet in Los Angeles when he suffered a seizure. There were some tense moments immediately afterwards while employees called 911, but by the time paramedics arrived, he was moving around and feeling a whole lot better. In fact, he refused any medical treatment and wanted no part of going to the hospital. Eventually, he did check in with a physician, and if the diagnosis released publically is to be believed, the musician’s haters bare at least a little responsibility for what happened.
Here’s what Brown’s publicist told The Hollywood Reporter…
"Chris suffered a nonepileptic seizure (NES). ... His doctor tended to him this afternoon and attributes the NES to intense fatigue and extreme emotional stress, both due to the continued onslaught of unfounded legal matters and the nonstop negativity."
It’s a bold move to essentially blame the general public and the District Attorney of Los Angeles for someone’s medical problems, but if ever there was a case where collective hatred could drive the recipient’s body to convulse, it may well be this one. I mean, for the love of God, look at some of the dozens of comments people wrote beneath a story about Brown talking about quitting the music business…
And here's an Iron Sheik quote for good measure...
I’m not going to defend Brown’s actions. He hit a woman, and he’s behaved like a douche bag for years. It’s understandable why so many people completely despise him, but that doesn’t mean it feels particularly good to be in his position. He made a colossal fuck-up when he was eighteen-years-old, and he’s had to relive it every single day ever since. Yes, he might have millions of dollars and some hit records, but there is a significant percentage of people in this country who will forever think he’s a scumbag. Obviously, that toll has weighed heavily on him.
So, in light of what happened, do you think the general public is actually at least partially to blame for Brown’s seizure? Let us know where you stand by voting in the poll below…
Is The General Public Responsible For Brown's Seizure?
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