As reported here, R&B sensation Chris Brown shouldn’t look for any fans in the Fox News newsroom. The star was the brunt of an 8-minute segment, hosted by author Laura Ingraham, slamming NBC for support of the singer on his record setting ‘Today Show’ appearance.
When Brown took to Twitter to respond, fellow Hip-Hop star 50 cent took to the ‘Look At Me Now’ singer’s defense. As the story gained momentum in the blog-o-sphere, Fox News responded:
Even with the hotly selling F.A.M.E. under his belt, comeback kid Chris Brown’s 2011 will probably be mostly remembered for his seemingly never-ending altercations with fellow artists (see Raz B., Frank Ocean) and news programs (see: Good Morning America’s Robin Roberts). While the star’s tenacity to defend himself is getting old applaudable, he has to recognize that criticism (and often ridicule) is part of the celebrity package. Twitter has consistently proven to be his enemy and his PR team has consistently proven themselves to be nonexistent.
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