Chris Brown has said that the public shouldn’t judge Tiger Woods for the indiscretions in his private life (read: putting his bits anywhere that would take them), saying that he deserves a second chance. Of course, when you are guilty of committing morally reprehensible acts, of course you’re not going to want judgement, are you?
‘I think it's cool,’ he said to Access Hollywood. ‘I think people always deserve a second chance. I know my fans gave me a second chance. His personal life is his personal life. Nobody has the right to place judgment or make any judgment on anybody else's personal life when they're not directly involved with them.’ (Which means no-one directly involved with either him or Rihanna is allowed to ‘judge’ him for beating her to a battered and bruised pulp, conveniently.)
‘He plays golf, that's his sport, that's his love that’s what people love him for. They don't love him for the other stuff they’re talkin' about.... So my hat is off to him - I support him. I hope he gets back on the field and does his thing, cause he is the best at it.’ Bet he’s dead happy at your support Chris.
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