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“Chris Brown/Bow Wow tour. The tour kicks off on December 6 in Cincinnati. Normally I wouldn’t report a story like this without solid proof. But my source is well-placed and very credible.
This is the same source who gave me the scoop on Tameka Foster‘s pregnancy before anyone else reported it. I have learned never to doubt my source.
The young girls who have followed Chris Brown’s career since the beginning will not be happy with this news.
Apparently, rumors are flying about him and his manager. The drama behind the scenes has become so disruptive that it threatens the start of the tour. My source tells me exclusively that Chris Brown has been intimate with his manger since she met him at the tender age of 16! And furthermore, he is “madly in love with her.”
For those who are not familiar with her, Chris Brown’s manager was the Senior Vice President of A&R at Def Jam when she met the young singer and attempted to sign him. She was also instrumental in signing Ne-Yo to Def Jam.
When Def Jam merged with Roc-A-Fella, she was forced to resign. According to Chris, who was by then smitten with the older woman, “When that happened, I asked her to be my manager, and she was happy to. She took me to WB and Jive to look for other deals, and I ended up picking Jive at the end of the day.”
This explains why Chris has never been known to have a girlfriend. Apparently, Chris’ mom Joyce recently became aware of the situation and is not at all happy. “That’s where the drama comes in,” says my source. They say a mother always knows – but the happy couple managed to keep their relationship under wraps for 2 years.“
Source: Sandra Rose Blog
Recently Chris Brown had this to say about his child hood…
“I don’t want to mention the person’s name – it wasn’t my real father – but somebody hurt my mom and me, I had to deal with that from seven all the way to 13. It affected me, especially (my behavior) towards women – I treat them differently. I don’t want to put a woman through the same thing that person put my mom through. I was scared and timid when I was little. I used to pee in my bed… I think it was me being nervous, and scared to get up (out of bed) and see what was going on. My mom used to try and hide it from me and my sister, but we knew. Anybody that’s going through it, just try to deal with it, talk it out.”
Regina King is not the kind of woman who would key your car or burn your clothes if you treat her wrong, but she knows women who would.
That is part of the reason the character of Lisa in “This Christmas” appealed to her. In the movie, King plays a woman who finally reaches her breaking point after being emotionally abused and cheated on by her husband.
“When reading the script originally she just kind of cursed him out at the end and I felt that this woman has endured so much pain through years. Pain that existed before she married him and then this marriage magnified that pain even more. He deserved way more than just a tongue lashing,” King said.
“This Christmas” tells the story of the Whitfield family, a large clan who gather for Christmas only to watch secrets unravel with each family member. The movie co-stars Loretta Devine, Delroy Lindo, Idris Elba, Sharon Leal, Chris Brown and Mehki Phifer.
“Loretta, Delroy and Idris were already attached so that was the initial interest and then I read the script and felt like there’s a lot of women out here like Lisa’s character,” King said. “I had never played a role that was submissive, so that was a welcome challenge.”
While King said she would never the exact the same kind of revenge as Lisa, she could sort of understand Lisa’s plight. King filed for divorce from her husband of nine years last November.
“The one thing I could relate to was staying in a situation way too long,” she said. “The thinking that you’re staying in a situation — for me because of my son — and you’re losing a part of yourself as you’re fooling yourself into thinking that a bad situation is worth something.”
Being a single mother to an 11-year-old son hasn’t changed much for King professionally. She has always turned down projects that would take her away from home for more than a week while her son is in school, continues to do so and doesn’t regret her decision.
“I think it is definitely difficult for any professional being a mother, and a single one at that. It’s hard not having a partner to raise your child,” she said. “It’s difficult, but far from impossible and we smile more than we cry.”