Two days ago, the website TMZ, owned and run by attorney turned gossip blogger, Harvey Levin, published a stitch-up piece accusing singer Chris Brown of assault, stating he shoved a woman. The video attached to the article showed a selective angle of what transpired.
The woman in question was at fault, as a second video revealed she popped up out of nowhere, grabbed Brown by the face, then tried to French kiss him. Brown had a reflex action most would under the circumstances and flashed her off him with his right hand.
However, TMZ painted it as though Brown was in the wrong and should have left it to his security, who was not close enough the stop the woman from manhandling and trying to French kiss him without permission. The unnamed woman may well be in good health, but at the end of the day, she is a stranger and could have passed on a currently medically incurable disease to him.
Woman trying to French kiss Chris Brown without permission
Brown, fed up with TMZ, stated on the social networking website Instagram, "What the devil looks like in person. You sad little man. You've been trying for years to destroy me. It won't work. Your efforts are flattering. When you look back on your life when it's time for you to depart, what can you say you've actually accomplished in life? Bringing people down and being the number one source for negativity. Life is too short homie. Find some sort of happiness..."
Let me tell you something, if I as a straight woman had gone up to gay Harvey Levin, grabbed his face and tried to French kiss him without permission, Harvey would have slapped me with that cup he's always drinking out of, scratched my eyes out and blown his rape whistle. But seriously, the article was not reasonable. Brown protected himself within reason.
A person has the right to flash someone off them who is trying to sexually assault them. Because Brown is a celebrity and or had a domestic violence issue with Rihanna in the past, doesn't mean people have the right to sexually assault him or anyone else for that matter. It is wrong.
Side Bar: exactly what is in that cup Harvey's always drinking out of and does the contents have a 100 % proof rating. I'm just saying...