Chris Brown’s father predicts Rihanna tragedy
Chris Brown‘s father, Clinton, told reporters that he fears Chris’s relationship with Rihanna could end in tragedy. I’m reporting this because I said something about this back at the beginning of March in a post about ‘Predictive Programming of forthcoming Rihanna tragedy‘
I basically argued that it seems there is a pattern and setup by the MSM and entertainment outlets that implies something is going to go down. Or maybe it’s just that same old fame and fortune setup. What caught my attention was the juxtaposition of Rihanna against Princess Diana (which was a confirmed murder):
So now the media is pushing this comparison of Rihanna and Princess Diana, which is questionable enough, but then there is an episode of Law & Order: SVU where the relationship of Chris Brown and Rihanna is examined. Well, it’s not really them, but the circumstances around the case are too similar for it not to be. In the SVU episode, the woman is domestically abuse and eventually murdered. As HuffingtonPost appropriately points out, the episode is trying to help show the public that domestic violence usually ends in homicide, which is the truth. 80% of domestic violence murders had incidents of abuse prior to the death. So what that tells us is that if you’re a victim of domestic violence, the odds are heavily favored that you will become a victim of murder by the same means if you don’t get out. That same HuffingtonPost article analyzes Rihanna and Eminem’s Love the Way You Lie video and says it almost appears to be sexy to be involved with this domestic violence. What message is Hollywood trying to get out to us? It seems like we’ve got conflicting messages all over the place, so don’t let the entertainment industry, Hollywood, or the Illuminati agenda steer you down the wrong path
Here’s what Chris Brown’s dad recently said about Rihanna and Chris with NYDailyNews:
Clinton Brown worries the roller-coaster romance could fly off the rails and end in tragedy.
“I hate to use examples, but Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston and Amy Winehouse — I mean I could go on and on!”
Clinton said in his modest bungalow in the tiny town of Tappahannock, roughly an hour northeast of Richmond, Va. “Is that a given — that you can’t have fortune and fame without (death) being the end result?”