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[MINISTRY] @RIHANNA IT’S TIME TO LET IT ALL OUT!

I got off work this morning listening to Chris Browns latest joint: I Can’t Win! The song is definitely a plea to Rihanna. But a plea to do what? He mentions how she loves the “bottle” referring to her drinking…he mentions the yelling and her unwillingness to compromise..yet let’s it be known he still loves her. When I heard the song I knew the first thing the blogs would report on is the lyric mentioning the “bottle” but how would they speak on it?

Do I believe based off what she has allowed the public to see that drinking/smoking are at an all time high…I absolutely do! And to be honest watching Chris do his recent interviews (and the fact he has a medical marijuana card lol) he seems high too much for my liking as well as smoking cigarettes (do they even realize they are singers smh)!
Yet I will say we SEE Rihanna doing it often because she allows us too see. The first thing I have learned as minister is when people don’t even attempt to hide the problem they are SCREAMING for someone to help them. But who is the person God has called forth and GRACED with the anointing & patience to see the mission through? We know everyone got tired with Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston, & that’s just recent superstars! This picture right here says soooo much!

Now here we are watching Chris & Rihanna rekindle their friendship/love affair and people are talking publicity stunts! Wow! As for Rihanna she is sitting at what I believe to be the pinnacle of her career (are their any more records to break), and she has perfected this good girl gone bad image! Needing more publicity is not needed! Going to court with Chris has NOT benefitted her one bit with album sales/single sales but it has changed the minds of some of my closets friends who refused to have anything else to do with his music/career. And yes that’s crazy but it’s their right. What did Chris have to gain…the one woman he loved with every fiber of his being. I don’t think she maneuvered her way back into his life…in her time she decided she wanted it again. He could have easily said NO! If she had a drinking problem before…he already knew that! He didn’t have to break up with Kae to be her friend we all know that.

Chris NEVER thought he would do to a woman what he watched his step dad do his mom..but it happened! I’m sure he denied that even existed in him…but it happened and it doesn’t even matter why! Rihanna same way…I’m sure she never saw herself “as her father” and yet she find herself with those same issues! So who is praying for them vs waiting for her to be found dead, or some tragic ending as his dad speak of! I was raised watching my mother/2aunts/die early due to alcoholism! They were all physically abused by their mates and they all denied they had a problem! Another commonality they watched as their father beat their mother and vowed to NOT go through the same thing yet all became victims! And my two uncles both hit on their girlfriends at some point! Yet I (who once smoked & drank one day said that’s enough)! How though…I have my life to Christ! And EVERYTHING CHANGED!

When you have a coping mechanism that seemingly works for you it’s hard to replace it with SOMEONE YOU CAN’T SEE…cause Faith seems to distant!

Is Chris a changed man when it comes to his temper…I believe so when it comes to Rihanna, but all around he still working on it…but it took tragedy for him to see he had a problem! I’m praying it doesn’t take that for Rihanna to see it! Honestly I don’t think Rihanna is attempting to hurt Chris…it’s herself that she’s destroying! In the Oprah interview when she was talking about her dad she spoke about EVERYTIME a guy got to a certain point in her heart she would shut down and break it off! She didn’t want to be loved…(watching her parents relationship) and in her eyes when she let go the one time she let go it was with Chris then boom ‘09 happens! And NO her issues are NOT Chris’s fault..it just brought back to the forefront of why she protected herself in the first place!
Why do I even care? Heck why does any of us? One I’m a Taurus like Chris..loyal to a fault! And stubborn! Also anywhere I put my MONEY I pray (cause itS a seed)! And I like to see how that seed is growing! I’m an unapologetic Lakers fan through and through lol and I am vested in each player! It’s not my business but yea it’s my business to pray over my investment! And if its in public view then I can speak on it! But I will be careful of this because this tongue is POWERFUL! I love these kids and want Gods Will for them both! We see Chris support system in full view, the question becomes who is Rihanna’s?

Let me start the ball rolling…I’ll be her support! Prayer works!

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SCRIPTURE OF THE DAY-1 JOHN 5:12

Whoever has the Son has life; whoever does not have God’s Son does not have life.-1 John 5:12

Have you ever heard the saying: “It’s better to need have him and not need him than to need him and not have him?” Well uh yea, apply the method. Cause I promise you, once you have HIM…the rest will take care of itself.

 

[PHOTO] @CHRISBROWN @RIHANNA AT SUPPER CLUB

Chris Brown, fresh off his declaration of love for Rihanna, and letting known that hitting her was his greatest regret. The two were seen at the Supper Club together.

 
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Posted by on February 27, 2013 in 2013, brown, chris, rihanna, supper club

 

[VIDEO] @CHRISBROWN-DON’T JUDGE ME

Every since that fateful day in February 2009, Chris Brown has attempted to become a better man. Well after releasing his top selling album Fortune, here is the visual for his latest single, Don’t Judge Me. Great job Chris.

 
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Posted by on September 27, 2012 in 2012, brown, chris, don't judge me, fortune

 

Andrew Bynum for Chris Bosh??? Let’s Explore

Well today all the hoop-la begin about a “possible” trade between the Toronto Raptors and the Los Angeles Lakers. This trade would include All-Star forward Chris Bosh, and future All-Star center Andrew Bynum. Now being a Laker fan this “trade” is so intriguing to me. When I look in depth at this possible trade, having Chris Bosh on this Laker team could be an absolute blessing. Chris Bosh is long, and versatile. He has descent handles for a big guy (nothing to really brag on) but knowing that he can hit that 17ft jumper..gives me great joy. We also know that he stays in the top 10 in rebounding, so it’s nothing that he’ll have to be “motivated” to do, night in and out. Also watching Chris play with the U.S. Olympic team, he understood his role coming off the bench with those guys, and I don’t think it would be a problem for him to be the 3rd option on this star-studded team. And think about him playing with Ron Artest. Ron’s 3pt shot just becomes more open. Chris wants to win, and he is very humble already, so on that note the Lakers would become almost virtually unbeatable.

But then there is the “size” that’s being given up, in terms of strength. Bynum is built like a tank, with massive arms, and he knows how to utilize that height. When Pau Gasol is not in the game, we have noticed how dominate he can be, but the problem for us is when Pau is in the game, Bynum is almost non-existent. This trade could be great for him as well, because it would allow him to be a “legit” focal point for a team, night in and night out. He definitely is capable of putting up big numbers, so Toronto would not be losing much in that aspect.

The Lakers would have to include a couple of players in order for this trade to even potentially go down, so first to go would be Adam Morrison, who I honestly believe if he can stay on the floor is able to put up descent scoring numbers for a team, and Jordan Farmar. Now Farmar is one of those players, that has me straddling the fence. One minute I want him gone, then he scores 20, and get’s steals, and I want him to stay. Yet the one thing that proves to me is he is inconsistent. Can we really have that on a championship caliber NBA team, and expect to keep winning? I’m not so sure. Honestly I would rather give up Sasha, but with his “bad” contract we can’t give him away, so that leaves Farmar. I did this trade: ESPNTRADEMACHINE. What I was surprised by the most, was the +8 wins for the Lakers, even with the bench losing two guys. That says alot.

We know that Phil Jackson would definitely love this trade, along with Kobe Bryant. So the question is, how much more in debt would this put Dr. Buss? Would it take long for Bosh to learn the triangle? Or would he be able to adapt quickly like Pau? And the most important question…is this trade even necessary to solidify the Lakers chances at a repeat? Lakers fans hit me up and let me know.

 
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Posted by on January 10, 2010 in andrew, bosh, Bynum, chris, espn, LAKERS, RAPTORS, toronto

 

CHRIS BROWN DANCING TO THRILLER @ DIDDY’S WHITE PARTY

WOW DON’T WE ALL WISH WE COULD HAVE HAD CHRIS PERFORM THIS TRIBUTE ON THE B.E.T. AWARDS?

 

Sources: Ariza leaning toward leaving Lakers

Sources: Ariza leaning toward leaving Lakers

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Trevor Ariza’s short but sweet stay in Los Angeles might be coming to an end.

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The 24-year-old swingman, who played a key role in the Lakers’ run to their 15th NBA championship, is on the verge of leaving the club, sources close to the situation said on Wednesday.

With at least five teams pursuing Ariza, the Lakers are currently unwilling to pay him more than the $5.6 million mid-level exception.

“They’re letting him go,” one of the sources said.

Cleveland is making a hard push for Ariza, and the Cavaliers’ coaching staff was speaking with him on Wednesday. While Cleveland can only offer the mid-level as well, Ariza’s disappointment with the Lakers’ stance has moved other suitors ahead of his current team.

The Rockets, Clippers, Raptors and Blazers are also showing interest in Ariza. Portland and Toronto could each offer more than the mid-level exception.

If the Lakers refuse to increase their offer, it’s a clear indication that they are choosing their other big free agent forward, Lamar Odom, over the younger Ariza.

Ariza averaged 8.9 points and 4.3 rebounds in the regular season for the Lakers last season. He increased his scoring to 11.3 points and had 4.2 rebounds per game in the playoffs. He had 16 points and 15 points in the last two Lakers victories in the Finals.

Those numbers were a jump over his career averages of 6.9 points and 3.8 rebounds per game. Ariza has played for three teams in his five-year career.

Chris Broussard covers the NBA for ESPN The Magazine.

 
 
 
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