Chris Brown tribute to Michael jackson at the B.E.T Awards

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I don't see anything that even remotely looks like MJ's build.. looks like a younger heavier person.
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I don't see anything that even remotely looks like MJ's build.. looks like a younger heavier person.
nevermind. i never said michael was the heavior one :roll:
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Considering they all look heavier.. the one you pointed too has legs that are bowed like Asian persons to boot.

Just my opinion of course  :idea:
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Jermaine Jackson wants critics to forgive Chris Brown

ANITuesday, June 29, 2010 17:48 IST

Jermaine Jackson was touched by Chris Brown's tribute to his brother Michael Jackson at the BET Awards and he now wants R&B star's critics to forgive him for beating up Rihanna.
 
The singer broke down during a rendition of Jackson's 'Man in the Mirror' at the BET Awards, which prompted Jermaine Jackson to stand up for, the young star backstage.

"He's a human being like all others, we all make mistakes. What he did was wrong. I love Rihanna... I'm one of his biggest fans... We can't condemn him because of what happened. We hope he learns from this," the Daily Express quoted him as saying in TV news show Extra.

"He (Brown) deserves to perform because it's healing for him. How can he learn from his mistakes if you don't give him the chance? He needs that. I support him a thousand per cent; I'm not supporting what he did because it was wrong, but, at the same time, we have to give him a chance," he added.

And Jackson even admitted that he was greatly moved by Brown's tribute to his late sibling, "It was very emotional for me... It was just a spectacular moment."




Didn't see you drop a tear in 12 months Jermaine..
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Jermaine Jackson wants critics to forgive Chris Brown

"He deserves to perform because it's healing for him. How can he learn from his mistakes if you don't give him the chance? He needs that. I support him a thousand per cent; I'm not supporting what he did because it was wrong, but, at the same time, we have to give him a chance, It was very emotional for me... It was just a spectacular moment."


IF WE PUT THIS IN HOAX CONTEXT... TADA!!! :lol:
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Jermaine Jackson wants critics to forgive Chris Brown

ANITuesday, June 29, 2010 17:48 IST

Jermaine Jackson was touched by Chris Brown's tribute to his brother Michael Jackson at the BET Awards and he now wants R&B star's critics to forgive him for beating up Rihanna.
 
The singer broke down during a rendition of Jackson's 'Man in the Mirror' at the BET Awards, which prompted Jermaine Jackson to stand up for, the young star backstage.

"He's a human being like all others, we all make mistakes. What he did was wrong. I love Rihanna... I'm one of his biggest fans... We can't condemn him because of what happened. We hope he learns from this," the Daily Express quoted him as saying in TV news show Extra.

"He (Brown) deserves to perform because it's healing for him. How can he learn from his mistakes if you don't give him the chance? He needs that. I support him a thousand per cent; I'm not supporting what he did because it was wrong, but, at the same time, we have to give him a chance," he added.

And Jackson even admitted that he was greatly moved by Brown's tribute to his late sibling, "It was very emotional for me... It was just a spectacular moment."




Didn't see you drop a tear in 12 months Jermaine..
the link, please?
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Jermaine Jackson wants critics to forgive Chris Brown

ANITuesday, June 29, 2010 17:48 IST

Jermaine Jackson was touched by Chris Brown's tribute to his brother Michael Jackson at the BET Awards and he now wants R&B star's critics to forgive him for beating up Rihanna.
 
The singer broke down during a rendition of Jackson's 'Man in the Mirror' at the BET Awards, which prompted Jermaine Jackson to stand up for, the young star backstage.

"He's a human being like all others, we all make mistakes. What he did was wrong. I love Rihanna... I'm one of his biggest fans... We can't condemn him because of what happened. We hope he learns from this," the Daily Express quoted him as saying in TV news show Extra.

"He (Brown) deserves to perform because it's healing for him. How can he learn from his mistakes if you don't give him the chance? He needs that. I support him a thousand per cent; I'm not supporting what he did because it was wrong, but, at the same time, we have to give him a chance," he added.

And Jackson even admitted that he was greatly moved by Brown's tribute to his late sibling, "It was very emotional for me... It was just a spectacular moment."




Didn't see you drop a tear in 12 months Jermaine..
the link, please?

http://www.google.com/#hl=en&source=hp& ... 341282a4d5
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I posted this in another thread about this but figure it can be applied here as well.

I am not sure if I believe he was there or not. However, I cannot totally rule it out because some questions did come to mind. Why would the 6th dancer hide behind the 5th one? How can a dancer make that big of a mistake? And what would be the point of it if it was choreographed that way?  Another thought came to mind as well. What if it is symbolic to the Jacksons themselves. There are a total of 6 brothers. However, one is supposedly dead or in our view, hidden behind the shadows. Perhaps, that is why the 6th dancer, whether its Michael or the representation of the 6th brother (Michael), comes out once the lights come off because he is hidden in plain view. This also reminds me of the Twitter account, ALLJACK5ONS. http://twitter.com/ALLJACK5ONS Who is hidden in plain view in the background? Michael.
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Marlon twin is dead, ok. Why would the Kathrine and Joe hide their own child. Its nonsense, stop it
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Considering MJ is someone who wouldn't even step on a bug, I can't help but wonder how he feels about an ADMITTED DOMESTIC ABUSER doing a tribute for him.  Personally I was highly offended that Chris was allowed to give MJ a tribute.  I don't care how much he looks up to MJ, Chris doesn't deserve that honor.
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Marlon twin is dead, ok. Why would the Kathrine and Joe hide their own child. Its nonsense, stop it

I am not sure if this was in reference to my post but if so, I am not talking about Marlon's twin. He would be the 7th brother.
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Considering MJ is someone who wouldn't even step on a bug, I can't help but wonder how he feels about an ADMITTED DOMESTIC ABUSER doing a tribute for him.  Personally I was highly offended that Chris was allowed to give MJ a tribute.  I don't care how much he looks up to MJ, Chris doesn't deserve that honor.


well then it seems to me that since Michael himself was trashed by the media over and over again and they more or less tried to take everything he worked for away from him, and even if Michael himself didn't do what he was accused of, I believe he would have felt for Chris Brown and since he paid his dues, I believe Michael would have given him a second chance, and if people can't forgive someone then how the heck can anyone change the world, Michael might not have liked what Chris did, but he wouldn't have wanted him trashed by the media like they have done him for years, Man in the mirror pretty much says it all, and since he was picked to do it, I believe  MJ was  behind that,
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I always thought it was the 5th that was suspect. He seemed better at the moves and he danced effortlessly.
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Hey by the way, I wasn't watching this part, did This Is It win in whatever category it was in?!
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Hey by the way, I wasn't watching this part, did This Is It win in whatever category it was in?!
no
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Report: Chris Brown Used Eye Drops to Cry at Michael Jackson Tribute
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July 02, 2010 02:10:36 GMT

The report was obtained from a backstage source, but a spokesperson for the 'Run It!' singer dismisses it, calling it 'completely untrue.'
Report: Chris Brown Used Eye Drops to Cry at Michael Jackson Tribute
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Chris Brown's tears at the recent BET Awards are still hot issue. After Lloyd sparked controversy with his statement which mentioned that he asked Brown to cry on stage but later on traced it back, now a source revealed the R&B singer used eye drops to fake the tears.

The backstage source told Us Magazine that one of Brown's bodyguards gave him some tear-inducing eye drops just before he went onto the stage to sing "Man in the Mirror" at the Michael Jackson tribute. "He rubbed it in and he started crying," the witness testified.

Responding to this rumor, a representative for Brown was quick to deny it. The spokesperson called the report "completely untrue."

Chris Brown himself doesn't seem to be bothered with the controversy surrounding his BET breakdown. He was all smiles when caught on camera at Magic Mountain amusement spot on June 30. Along with fellow rapper Tyga and some friends, he took a ride on one of the arcade stands and even spared time to pose with his fans.

http://www.aceshowbiz.com/news/view/00033644.html
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Last night Tmz was talking to this rapper I forget his name but he said he saw the Chris Brown MJ tribute and he said that Chris deserves an Oscar for that performance.  It is kinda funny that this issue keeps coming up.  This dude was there in person so I'm sure he would get a better feel of the reaction than people who are watching on tv.  I just found it funny TMZ felt the need to ask this question.  They had some weird segments on that show last night.  They also had a segment where the camera man is talking to Keisha Knight from Cosby show and the guy that played her friend on the show Bud.  They were talking about horror movies and why black people are the first to die in these movies.  Then Harvey made a comparison between Chris Brown and OJ as well.  It was just all strange.
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Report: Chris Brown Used Eye Drops to Cry at Michael Jackson Tribute

WTF?!  :roll:
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Chris Brown is trying to salvage his career. He is trying to gain forgiveness & be able to move on with his life. & of course TMZ & other people are tearing him back down & not letting it happen. Same old story. Someone tries to change their life around & get back on their feet & people have to kick them back down. & of course people who don't like Chris for what he did & don't think he should ever be forgiven are going to call his tears, crocodile tears & all of that. I'm not excusing Chris' actions towards Rihanna but I agree with Jermaine, how can he ever make things right & learn how to be better if no one gives him the chance & we all keep putting him back down?
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At this point, I don't care if he used eye drops, if he splashed water on his face, if used an actor's technique, or if he really did cry...they need to either leave the boy alone or give him an Oscar. One or the other. *sighs* (I really don't think he was faking btw but just in case...then he deserves an Oscar. If he acted that one, he did a better job than 90% of Hollywood actors.  :lol: )
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...I don't care if Cris used eyes drops for faking cry...but it is interesting to think that when we saw jermaine or other jackson family member crying,they should have use it!!
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Do you think Michael Jackson could have been singing the song behind stage? :?

I know we always think this, but Man in the Mirror sounded different to me.  :|
It sounds different to me too. And it's interesting that the staff was so ready to play the song after Chris couldn't continue singing it... I guess it was planned this way. Chris fakes crying and then they play this strange Man in the mirror. It can be from a concert by Michael or the original was changed a little, IDK.

And I believe the 2. man from the left could be Michael very easily! For me he moves absolutely like him. If you watch just him and forget the others, he makes you believe you see him - just my opinion.
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Considering MJ is someone who wouldn't even step on a bug, I can't help but wonder how he feels about an ADMITTED DOMESTIC ABUSER doing a tribute for him.  Personally I was highly offended that Chris was allowed to give MJ a tribute.  I don't care how much he looks up to MJ, Chris doesn't deserve that honor.
However you don't have any problems with womanizers and child rapists doing one?  That boy has paid his dues.  Give me a break.  Michael had a lot of respect for Chris Brown :roll: Who are we to judge him?
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Considering MJ is someone who wouldn't even step on a bug, I can't help but wonder how he feels about an ADMITTED DOMESTIC ABUSER doing a tribute for him.  Personally I was highly offended that Chris was allowed to give MJ a tribute.  I don't care how much he looks up to MJ, Chris doesn't deserve that honor.
However you don't have any problems with womanizers and child rapists doing one?  That boy has paid his dues.  Give me a break.  Michael had a lot of respect for Chris Brown :roll: Who are we to judge him?

Not sure if this is going to show up correctly since it is the first time I have quoted someone else, but I would appreciate it if you would not put words in my mouth.  Never did I say that it is OK for a "womanizer or child rapist" to do a tribute.  I don't like CB and don't feel that he should have been able to do a tribute.  I'm sorry if my opinion doesn't follow the majority, but I thought we were all free to voice our opinions on here.  Domestic abuse hits a hard note for me so excuse me for being offended!  Now stop putting words in my mouth!
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Chris Brown deserves to be forgiven  no less than anybody else.  I am sure there are some skeletons in most closets; however Chris Brown happened to do his dirt in front of millions of judging eyes.  He did a wonderful tribute to Michael Jackson, and his appreciation for Michael has nada to do with his personal conflicts with his woman.  Two completely different conversations, in my opinion.
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"Don't stop this child, He's the father of man
Don't cross his way, He's part of the plan
I am that child, but so are you
You've just forgotten, Just lost the clue.”

MJ "Magical Child"
Still Rocking my World…
   and leaving me Speechless!

“True goodbyes are the ones never said

 

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