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Celebs respond to Chris Brown's larry king interview

I aint catch the Larry king interview but i can name a few people that did lol..From what i hear is that the interview wasnt a good look for cb at all.. But I thought i would share wit yall wat i heard from jarule,styles p, skillz,nore, and lil mo about the interview itself..But from what i heard it sounds like styles p an skillz are riding against RiRi on this situation,Ja sounds like he hating,N.o.r.e stated some facts,Lil mo kept it 100 an also came at larry king neck lol.But lets get to the tweets



Why is this n*gga chris brown wearing a powder blue bow tie...," he wrote last night night(9/2/09). "I like that his moms is there... Shout to all my strong women!!!"


Yall took r.kelly back and that was a million times worst!!," "As matter of fact a lot of yall motherf***ers wasn't even mad at him let cb live F*ck larry king I never seen him go this hard on anyone! And rhianna is west indian you know she was f*ccckking cb up! Probably alldatime! mad chics get hit everyday and nobody gives a fuck .!!rhianna was with him after the incident so if she forgave him so can we!


wow count is high," he wrote. "Breezy seems like he's still tryin 2 protect her 2 sum degree. Like yall no wht I did, but I'm not gon say wht she did. It wasn't right to hit her. We no that. But she did sumn to get him to that point. She just bought a 10mil crib. Let the cat out the bag yo What's gon tho him 4 a loop is when Ri Ri is on Larry King right b4 her album comes out & says sum crazy sh*t. Then u chasin damage control. I wouldve looked Larry the face and said ' I don't buy lollipops, Larry. You a sucker for making that statement.'. LMAO!"


Chris brown holding it down on CNN. he sorry he mad a mistake forgive him already and move on People forgave don imus dog the bounty hunter and plenty others.. C'mon son.


So now that the LK/CB intvw is over is everyone ready 2 move on w/ their lives?, ..I didn't see it but I cood get blood out of a turnip Larry KING is WACK. He's overrated and he's OLD! @cthegod wooda asked EVERYTHING and GOT ANSWERS! I live for Charlemagne on the low 4real!! pls he's old! He can retire and pass the torch! No1 feels comfortable talkin 2 an old man. It just seems weird! I didn't see it, I'm not into wack politically correct questions and rehearsed answers! They tryna ruin chirs and that's wack he's never gonna tell wut happened! I wish erbody wood see his damage control team are the TOP OF THE LINE

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