Damn right I said it! The level of talent, passion, and artistic ability that this young man possesses makes @ChrisBrownOfficial a true legend amongst legends. A lot of times we don’t realize or acknowledge our treasures while we still have them with us. We wait until they are gone to appreciate their power. Think about how much everyone attacked MJ and 2Pac while they were alive… I don’t think I have ever witnessed someone more gifted, who has overcome so much and still growing and learning daily. My Prayers go up for this dude everyday. @ChrisBrownOfficial #Respect #Legend #Loyalty #Love #Artist #Proud #Men
According to Nick Cannon, combining Michael Jackson, arguably the greatest entertainer to ever walk this planet, with Tupac Shakur, a highly talented rap artist that’s gone on to become a martyr for both his music ability and social commentary, equals Chris Brown.
While Breezy is undoubtedly a talented singer, and probably one of the best dancers we currently have, Nick Cannon’s trolling everybody.
Cannon has a valid point. People don’t notice what they have while they’re still here. And the deaths of Michael Jackson and Pac did elevate them to a higher status than they had while they were alive. But the most glaring of the many differences between the two in their primes and Chris Brown today is that they were both already considered to be two of the best ever in their respective genres while living.
Sure, Chris Brown has had some great moments. When he was hot he was burning hot and could sell records in his sleep. But when you take his lows into account, such as his 2009 assault on Rihanna, multiple jail bids and numerous tantrums in-between, it takes away from the luster of his reputation.