Chris Brown suffered a seizure & blames it on 'negativity'
Early Friday morning, Chris Brown suffered a seizure while he was working in Los Angeles at the recording studio, The Record Plant. The Los Angeles Fire Department responded to a call shortly after 1am, but Brown was not taken to the hospital. In the hours after his seizure, even though information was sketchy at best, fans of the 24-year-old singer with a bad reputation, showed their support on Twitter and #PrayForChrisBrown became a trending topic.
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TMZ reported that Brown suffered from seizures as a child and Friday night Brown's rep Nicole Perna issued the following statement,
Chris suffered a nonepileptic seizure (NES). ... His doctor tended to him this afternoon and attributes the NES to intense fatigue and extreme emotional stress, both due to the continued onslaught of unfounded legal matters and the nonstop negativity.
Oh boy, now I don't wish a seizure on anyone, and I hope Chris Brown is well and fine, but his rep's statement is kind of lame. It seems to me that Brown's "legal matters and nonstop negativity" were put in motion by him. The world is not after Chris Brown, Chris Brown has made some very unwise decisions like hitting Rihanna in 2009 and most recently he is accused of an alleged hit and run and driving without a licence.
I'm sorry, but it's just hard for me to see Brown as a victim. He seems to have gotten that ball of negativity rolling for himself. Now, if the seizure was indeed due to intense fatigue, then take a break. Relax, reflect, and reboot. It's a sign to stop, take stock, and make some changes.
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