Chris Brown will be undergoing a major media makeover in 2012.
A big part of that strategy: Exposing the star to far less of it.
According to his manager Tina Davis, Breezy won’t be allowed to do any interviews for the rest of 2012, a measure intended to protect the gaffe-prone singer from himself.
The strategy had actually been set “a while back,” Davis said.
“We’re not trying to be rude, selfish or disrespectful to anyone in any way. If people are going to judge anything, judge him for his talent," Davis told EW.
"He signed up to sing and entertain. Not to talk about his personal life.”
From a business and personal standpoint, it actually makes sense.
The media hounds Chris about a mistake he made nearly three years ago. He takes the bait and flies off the handle. An endless cycle and a self-fulfilling prophecy.
If Brown wants people to focus on his talent, the best way to do that is to live a low-profile life off the stage and kill it in concert. This way he can do so.
Besides, Rihanna and Chris Brown's Tweets will still generate plenty of buzz.