We've love to give Chris Brown the benefit of the doubt, but to the extent that you can interpret one Tweet, he simply doesn't come across as sincere.
In his "apology" for dropping a gay slur at a bunch of photographers yesterday, the singer writes that he has "total respect for [the] Gay community."
Really, Chris? Do you now?
There's also no apology here. If he has "total respect" he would at least acknowledge what he did with more than this half-assed dismissal.
He used "gay" as an insult, end of discussion. Is this some huge deal? Does this make him a bad person? Certainly not. But he's not going to win much respect or sympathy with frequent blowups and non-apologies like this.
Sorry, Chris. That's just some #REALSH!T for you.
Your thoughts? Should he apologize for real?