"Get out now!" Woman pleads with Rihanna

Posted by Ria, 17 Mar 09

Most batterers hit their victims below the neck … where the world can’t see the bruises of their victims. But the world saw Rihanna’s beaten face when Chris Brown (fellow Musician and boyfriend) assaulted her. Like most women, Rihanna is a victim of domestic violence. And like most victims of domestic violence, Rihanna is back together with her battering boyfriend Chris Brown and its rumored they are recording a song together. :roll:

Kristen Rambler, an abuse victim pleads with Rihanna to ‘Get out now!’ She is afraid that Rihanna/Chris Brown relationship might turn out to be as deadly as her’s did. “When Kristen finally summoned the strength to break up with her boyfriend Keith, he came after her with a gun. He broke into her parents' home and chased her down the street before catching up to her and putting the gun to her head… Seconds later Keith turned the gun on himself and blew his life away. ”

Kristen considers herself lucky to have survived (Read her full story on MSNBC). She tells Rihanna in the end, “… don't let it come to this. I know Chris has apologized and he's doing everything he can to make you trust him again and you think he deserves that second chance. Don't do it. It will only get worse."

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  1.   deano102 says:
    Posted: 16 May 12

    She sold her soul long ago to the powers that be. You can see that in all her new videos so she is anything but victim anymore.

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  2.   hstunts80 says:
    Posted: 05 May 12

    Well as they Say women deservw what they get sincerely my dear Rihanna certainly do not deserve this brute from chris.I love you Rihanna...

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  3.   ashash says:
    Posted: 07 Apr 10

    i know i'm young but i grew up listening to Rihanna and the latest album "rated R" (after the beating) i can tell she has changed. i dont like to see innocent people get treated with disrespect. abuse and violence is never the correct answer. I miss seeing Rihanna all cheerful and happy and singing about good things, though i can 110% relate to the meanings of the songs like photograph and others off her new cd. i love you!

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  4.   Member says:
    Posted: 04 Apr 10

    Sweet Rihanna, I Hope you now really see what a stupido sad-a** little sh**head chris is...(excuse my french) But that Rudeboy was most likely more then big enough or what's the case? And chris, If you think you are so big to hit girls and who knows what more, old people that smell, little doggies that piss over your shoes... I would say come over to the Netherlands EHV we happily teach you some manners, Hope to see you soon Rihanna here in Holland and don't loose trust in men there are more good ones that bad ones...OK maybe it's more like even.. 50/50 Best wishes to all good people everywhere. Regards, RB

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  5.   Qua says:
    Posted: 30 Mar 10

    HE BEAT THE HELL OUT OF HER BUT WHAT DID SHE DO..... YA!HE HAD NO RIGHT TO HIT HER BUT WHAT DID SHE DO THAT MAD HIM MAD TO BET THE HELL OUT OF HER!!!!!! B4 YOU BLAMM IT ON HIM ASK?WHAT DID SHE DO.....IM A BIG FAN OF BOTH BUT ALL THE RADIO STATION NOT PLAYIN HIS SONG Y HE MADE THE BEST SONG STOP WITH ALL THAT MESS BYE!!!

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  6.   Francesca says:
    Posted: 04 Mar 10

    i dont know if this is the truth but if it is CHRIS YOUR NOT NORMAL YOU ... YOU NEED HELP

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  7.   qwertz says:
    Posted: 04 Mar 10

    mhh i love rihanna

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  8.   MITCH says:
    Posted: 13 Feb 10

    CARRY A CAN OF MACE OR SOMTHING.. DEFEND YA SELF..

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  9.   rae56 says:
    Posted: 03 Feb 10

    @ WHURR LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL! :-)

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  10.   WHURR says:
    Posted: 02 Feb 10

    @MARI I am busy trying to interpret your message. I typed it all out, within Microsoft Word! When I hit the enter key after clicking SpellCheck and Grammar Check...... ....the message said.. 'Bill Gates said 'Go F**K Yourself' Thanks dude! I didn't want Bill made at me. Is there a version of your message for the 18+ crowd?? If so, can you send it to me :) Thanks buddy :)

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  11.   mari says:
    Posted: 01 Feb 10

    dude this aient rihanna if this is her she lookz like if she has rabees not like chris brown beat da fuck outta her im on CHRIS BROWN SIDE NO MATTER WAT PPL WSAY HE AIENT NO WOMEN HITTER I SAY IT CUZ WHOI WILL BELEIVE A GUY WEN A GIRL IS OUT THERE MAKN EVERY 1 FEEL SRRY 4 HER I AIENT SAYN DIZ CUZ IM HIS FAN IM SAYN DIZ BCUZ I KNW HOW GRLZ R WEN IM COMES 2 GUYZ HITTN DEM & IF HE HIT HER HE HAD A REASON SHE IS ANNOYN BUT PPL TKE MY WORD MINE UR OWN WAX CUZ NO 1 AIENT GETTN IN UR WAX

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  12.   natalia says:
    Posted: 21 Nov 09

    people dont buy chris cd no more he is a son of a bitch come on dont buy his cds girl power. we suold help Rihanna girl stay with girl dont buy chris cds

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  13.   Bellara says:
    Posted: 13 Nov 09

    a real man walks away when things get ugly, a real woman doesnt let things get ugly. in the end, chris is a spineless creature who like kanye west, picked his target well. kanye should have interrupted 50cent & chris should have tried fighting tyson. what manner of man lays his hands on a woman especially putting her in such state because she questioned him about him being in touch with an ex lover. if u think she's partially to be blamed? then am sorry to say that you are just as demented as he is. u seldomly hear ppl crediting others for something he/she accomplished, but once they do something bad?good riddance they gotta blame it on the booze, abusive step dad, bad neighborhood..what the hell happened to the good ole self accountability? responsibility for one's action and so on....its sickening that red blooded human beings have the guts to say she will learn not to poke her nose in other ppl's buisness in future and that she deserved it..looks like there are too many animals in human form these days. what goes around comes around....as we all know.

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  14.   theTruth says:
    Posted: 11 Nov 09

    this is not the truth......he didnt beat her, he didnt put his hands on her. ever. *sighz* but you guys can believe what you want to believe

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  15.   ange says:
    Posted: 03 Oct 09

    jag kan inte tro mig likzom dehr innan men nu ja aas 911 kunde hjpa digg om du visste att det skulle bli nogt snt

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  16.   bini says:
    Posted: 28 Sep 09

    he is so much mindless, and rihanna is so sedactive girl and it is better to start love with jt.

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  17.   miri2008 says:
    Posted: 08 Aug 09

    People trapped in abusive situations are in a maize where they are having difficulty finding the way out. I'm amazed at the self righteous posturing of some who have clearly not experienced or been close to anyone who has experienced being tangled in an abuse relationship. May you never come to know just how much you do not comprehend.

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  18.   Shotgun007 says:
    Posted: 03 Aug 09

    Another old ass topic, but I'm still gonna add my 2 cents. P Diddy and other famous artists mentioned to pray for both of them, but Chris new exactly what he was doing that night, he was in control. My regret is that the judicial system didn't hold him accountable, instead....gave him a slap on the wrist! NOPlayer, thank you for your post. What a TrainWreck of a judicial system we have. Shotgun007

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  19.   whurr says:
    Posted: 07 Jun 09

    The closest thing that I have experienced to abuse was mental abuse. Its hard for a male to admit that he was visciously abused by a woman. The last straw was when she took my Breyers ice cream stockpile adn replaced it with that nasty Ice Milk...Pathmark brand. I was an emotional wreck. She claimed I was gaining weight. 30 pounds in a week isn't much. Made me look very 'healthy' She knew how to make me warped mentally. Unlike Rhianna, I packed my stuff up...grabbed my Breyers from the secret hiding place (I found it!) and left. Any dude who 'man'handles a woman needs to remember two words............... LORENA BOBBITT case closed WHURR

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  20.   GlenStef says:
    Posted: 06 Jun 09

    Hi, Thank you! I would now go on this blog every day! GlenStef

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  21.   fkoi says:
    Posted: 01 Apr 09

    This is a hot button topic for sure and an extremely complicated issue. What was Chris Brown (or fill in a name here) so angry about? I guarantee that it was nothing that Rihanna (or likewise fill in a name) did, said, thought or is. There are issues there that he may never know, much less me. I do know that even if both were volunteers, the ref would have stopped the fight long before she got the beating she did. However, his (or her) feelings of powerlessness and frustration over the situation CANNOT be allowed to extend to that degree of physicality, by the assailant or, if the assailant has no restraint, by society. If I beat a man down to that degree, even if "hit first", I would face criminal charges of battery. Self-defense only extends to ending the threat, not to payback for the "dis". Ending the threat of someone I outweigh and out muscle, in any case I can think of, does not require "throwing a punch" (as jadediamond expressed so eloquently). And what of the "poundee"? Is there no fault there? Well pushing buttons does not equal a beating. Throwing a punch, even a well-placed one, does not earn/require repayment in kind. In preschool it calls for a time out. The same is true in "real life". If someone strikes me I have the option of walking away. Does this make me not a "real man". Not if you know what a real man is. I'm not suggesting anyone test my "realness" because I am not a saint. But if that someone is one I love, they are safe. Guaranteed. But they won't see me again without an escort and/or a whole lot of therapy under their belt. Guaranteed. To anyone who has been struck by a "loved" one I recommend leaving and not looking back. The odds that it won't happen again and in fact escalate are too small to take the risk. If you feel that you "love" your assailant too much to "abandon" them, know that your feelings can't be trusted. Your sense of self is a little too warped to rely on. You wouldn't stick your hand in a fire repeatedly and claim good judgement. Why would you repeatedly stick your face in the path of an oncoming fist and claim to be capable of good decision-making. Take the advice of someone with better judgment. Someone sane, at least in this regard, at least about your situation. Your assailant will almost always show remorse, swear it will never happen again and treat you sweetly afterward. That should not signal to you that they truly love you and that their brutal attack was an aberration. It should signal that they are aberrant and unable to be consistent in their behavior or control themselves. They are bent, warped and NOT TO BE TRUSTED. People tend not to change. Drinkers drink. Liars lie. Cheaters cheat. BEATERS BEAT! I echo the sentiment of the EXPERT, Kristen Rambler, quoted above: "GET OUT NOW!"

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  22.   jadediamond says:
    Posted: 01 Apr 09

    Keiwei, obviously I have offended you and for that...I sincerely apologize. You're right, you have just as much right to voice your opinion as anyone else. I didn't think my opinion was the only one that counted and I welcome any and all opposition...that's what this forum is all about. Don't allow anyone to silence your opinions....not only does it count but it might help somebody. I wish you well.

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  23.   keiwei says:
    Posted: 01 Apr 09

    Comment by Keiwei on 23 March 2009: I personally do not believe that a woman should be able to beat up on a man and not expect to be hit back or at the very least, restrained. What makes a woman think that she can swing on a man and then play the weaker sex card when he knocks her on her tail. No, if you want to fight a man like a man then be able to take a punch like a man. Its ridiculous. Men hurt just like we do. Just because they appear to be bigger, have more muscle mass, be stronger, does not mean that they do not feel pain. It not only hurts them physically when the woman that they love hits them, but it hurts them emotionally too. Im a woman and I wouldnt hit the man that I love, nor would I harm him physically to incite him to hurt me. Now, that does not mean that if I do NOTHING to him that I will allow him to strike me. Dont get it twisted. If he lays hands upon me without me laying hands upon him firstits on. Do not see that as being hypocritical. I have simply said from the beginning that first lick deserves a lick back. Be it a man or woman who delivered. It should go both ways; dont hit me and I wont hit you. Lets give each other that respect. --I actually had to come back because something about what Jadediamond typed didn't seem right about my quote. And it wasn't, the last paragraph does not begin with the pronoun "I". There again, my words have been twisted and taken out of context in order to fit other's agenda. It begins with "do not" instructing the reader to understand that I am not advocating battery on either side, but I do adovate self-defense no matter the sex. And that last paragraph clearly refers back to the paragraph before it. Those who are not blinded by their own agenda, and who are open-minded will understand that. And I'm out!

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  24.   keiwei says:
    Posted: 01 Apr 09

    This is my last response on this board about this topic because now it's just redundant. Sci...lol@you...no, I didn't take shorthand, lol...I just like taking the easy way out sometimes...lol. I like you're sense of humor, funny guy. Hope this isn't the last time that I hear from you, but this is my last time on this board...whew! Okay...Jadediamond. You say you're not a "chick", but at least I didn't call you the expletive that YOU called me, so yes, you did refer to me as something OTHER than my screen name...so it is in fact, already twisted. And yes, this board is about CB/Ri Ri, but I'm not the ONLY ONE on here that is NOT talking about that topic specifically...there again...twisted. Furthermore, I posted the comment that I was referring to directly. I didn't even know that you existed. So no affront was meant to go towards YOU or anyone else....just as YOU have an opinion I have one as well. And I have just as much RIGHT TO EXPRESS MINE as you do yours. What makes you think that your opinion is the only one that counts?...the only one that matters?...and that any other opinion is wrong because it doesn't fall in line with yours? These are all rhetorical questions, but you can answer them if you want; however, I'm not coming back on to read them, and I'll delete anything that shows up in my email from you. I didn't come on here for drama. It IS a board for EVERYONE to express their ideals/thoughts/again...opinions on a particular subject/topic, without being called out their name. NEVER ONCE did I curse at you. But YOU choose to take it there and use profanity with me. And you don't want to be called a "chick" well I'm not calling you a "lady" either, and that's MY opinion. Adios! Sci...take care of yourself...don't let the bad things in. Peace.

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  25.   jadediamond says:
    Posted: 30 Mar 09

    First Kewei, If you wasn't referring to CHRIS BROWN AND RHIANNA, which is who this blog is all about than you got the whole thing twisted. Second, this statement and I quote you, "I donot see that as being hypocritical. I have simply said from the beginning that first lick deserves a lick back. Be it a man or woman who delivered. It should go both ways; dont hit me and I wont hit you. Lets give each other that respect." Those are your words and they wasn't saying Rhianna deserved to get hit. If not, than I'm not too big to apologize. In reference to the busted lip, stitches, etc. that's what she received in return. Third, I'm not a chick......I never referred to you as anything other than your screen name. To the both of you, Sciencegeek included, I read both ALL THE WAY THROUGH...and rendered my OPINION. Last, this blog isn't about neither of us....so please don't turn the table to bashing each other.

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  26.   homesteader says:
    Posted: 30 Mar 09

    Such is life

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  27.   Sciencegeek says:
    Posted: 29 Mar 09

    Keiwei-did you take "shorthand writing" in college? First I'm sciencegeek, then science and now sci? Dang whats next, a symbol like "*"? Who am I Prince? Lol. Sci is fine. I suppose. As long as I can call you Kiwi Fruit....uh, uh. Ha It appears that some of us on this post need anger management classes ourselves. Lol

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  28.   keiwei says:
    Posted: 29 Mar 09

    lol...You're absolutely correct Science...can I call ya Sci? Thanks for reeling me in. I do tend to get a bit *excited* when I'm called out and cursed in vain. Cest la vie. Whaddaya gonna do? lol. Thanks again Sci...have a great afternoon where ever you are. :)

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  29.   Sciencegeek says:
    Posted: 29 Mar 09

    *smile..Keiwei put the claws back in. I know that subject matter like this can lead to numerous individuals who has different opinions about this posting. The key is to not let anyone get to you or upset you with their words. All of us is entitled to our opinion and we won't always agree, but we at least need to try to respect each other's opinion, because it is just that, our opinion. Not every person share that same respect. I value what you said and I basically said comments that were similiar. It's just unfortunate that some people on here did not read the posts all the way through before they responded.

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  30.   keiwei says:
    Posted: 29 Mar 09

    Thanks Science. Thanks for taking the time to acutally READ my comment and not jump to conclusions from just reading the first line. Thanks for re-directing my attention to your posts as well. I see that we are on the same page. Neither of us are advocating violence on either end of the spectrum, yet we are getting beaten up (figurativley on this board). It's that ironic? I'm still trying to figure out which line I wrote this in: "Keiwei, you think that one punch deserved a choking, busted lip, stitches, and plastic surgery". And when exactly did Rhianna get stitches and plastic surgery? I don't mean to make light, well...maybe just a little, but not at the CB/Ri Ri incident, but at how a person can see one thing and blow it totally out of proportion. Stitches and plastic surgery...was that a TMZ I missed? And where in my comment did I say that she hit him, and therefore she deserved to be choked out and have her lip busted because of it? Let me go back and read my own post...just a minute. HEY!!! I DIDN'T EVEN SAY ANYTHING ABOUT CHRIS BROWN AND RHIANNA AT ALL!!! THAT CHICK GOT ME TWISTED!!!! Wow! She's used my name in TWO (2) of her posts and I wasn't even talking about CB & Rhianna. Ain't that some you-know-what? See, that's the stuff that rumors are made of. People with their own agendas, getting facts twisted to suit that agenda so that they can look superior or righteous. What I said is what I believe and others feel that way as well. What is wrong with what I believe? If you read it you would say, um, yeah that does makes sense...how about everyone just keep their hands to themselves. But NOOOOOOOOOO...some people have to take things out of context because of their own personal hang ups...and whomever is not on "their side" or believe what they believe must be wrong. That's called facism. Don't be that person.

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  31.   Sciencegeek says:
    Posted: 28 Mar 09

    keiwei: read my two posts above. I got bashed myself for saying similiar things you just spoke of in your recent posts. Some individuals are quick to judge before they read the posting all the way through.

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  32.   keiwei says:
    Posted: 28 Mar 09

    Okay for jadediamond: I was responding to this comment when I wrote my comment: Comment by homesteader on 21 March 2009: I myself have taken hits to the Face , Stood with my hands to my side in a Public place . Being Disabled . I turned the other Cheek and took it again before I reminded her as to my Heart condition which she had aforementioned knowledge of . I turned and walked away as to Strike a Female is in my own mind Unheard of . HAD SHE JUMPED ME FROM BEHIND as I was leaving , I would surely have restrained her without Laying a hand on her body in Anger . A Real Man does not Strike a Women . That's what I was referring to and because this just happens to be a post about the Chris Brown/Rhianna incident I made reference to Rhianna. I was not there and neither were you. NONE of us knows what REALLY happened. There are only rumors about what allegedly took place on that fateful night. Neither of the two parties actually involved have made comments. Chris Brown has only made an apology as to his part in the altercation. I look at both sides of a coin, just because I did not start off my comment by bashing Chris or any other man doesn't men that I'm pro-women getting their asses beat. You totally took what I said out of context and ran with it because of some history that you have with violence. I've never been in an abusive relationship. One because I don't draw those type of men, two because I keep my hands to myself. HOWEVER...as I also stated in my comment...if a man did choose to put his hands on me then the fight is on and he's out of my life. No second chances. So, I just wanted to clarify which comment my comment was in reference to. I don't think abuse should take place on either side on any level. But if push litterally comes to shove then defend yourself...be you male or female. Period.

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  33.   homesteader says:
    Posted: 27 Mar 09

    Thank Y'all , this was just much to my Personal thoughts

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  34.   HotWomen says:
    Posted: 26 Mar 09

    I have been looking for a long time and found this post.

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  35.   Afrodeli says:
    Posted: 26 Mar 09

    Rihanna is still very young, and does not see what kind of danger her self esteem and well being are in. Hopefully, she will learn that hapiness, even alone, is better than protective abuse. I view it as protective abuse, yes. Women look for safety, younger women as well, but they have less experience and make worse choices. Rihanna sees herself safe in the arms of her abuser, with the vindication of love. Yes, it's twisted. I hope she grasps the truth before it is too late.

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  36.   Sciencegeek says:
    Posted: 26 Mar 09

    Homesteader what was the question? "What if that was my wife?" Is that the question? This posting was about Chris Brown and Rihanna and what our opinion was on their issue. You need to read my posting again. You are taking my statement out of context. If a man beat my wife, may God have mercy on his soul. If my wife gets angry at a man for texting another woman then I would be asking her some questions. As a stated above neither man nor woman should lay their hands on each other out of anger. Man hitting a woman. Woman hitting a man. You think I support what he did? You are sadly mistaken.

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  37.   party1 says:
    Posted: 26 Mar 09

    Homes. what I do have is 20yrs exp hearing employes say that black eyes and bruises were caused by doors opening.The exp. of moving furniture minimum 7 times in 90 degree sweltering heat so a woman could run from getting whooped again.The exp of seeing dedicated hardworking churchgoin women have to pay for door jams and windows they didnt break.Employees that were so redeyed from cryin all nite that it affected thier work.Mothers that have been thrown around by thier son like a rag doll.Judges that gave light sentences,families that bailed thier brother out of jail so that he could take his drunken,disrespectful fool self back to do it all over. So yes I do get emotional when I see this firsthand and that is why I am appreciative of NOPLAYER being estute enough to remind me that 20 yrs of hardwork building a company could be lost quickly by not stayin calm and thinkin things thru.

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  38.   jadediamond says:
    Posted: 25 Mar 09

    Corrections "without throwing a punch"

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  39.   jadediamond says:
    Posted: 25 Mar 09

    homesteader, I'm not understanding your question - I am against a man abusing a woman and I will forever be against a man raising his hand to a woman for whatever reason. As I said in regards to self defense you can defend yourself but not to the extent of beating the hell out of a woman....you can defend yourself with throwing a punch. I was responding to Keiwei's statement above who feels Chris Brown should have hit her because she passed the first punch and that is the stupidest shit one woman could say about another woman being abused. I have two daughters and 2 daughter in-laws and I raised my sons to never hit a woman. I was raised in an abusive home...my father beat the hell out of my mother until the day he died. In regards to the lynching, I don't feel he's being lynched.....but the gentleman above may feel that way because he's a young black man..but regards to his race, creed, color or national orgin he should pay for what he did. He say's that's his first mistake.....NO WAY. He didn't just start abusing her, 9 times out of 10 it's been going on for awhile. And as I stated, young abusers if they don't want help or feel they need help will become old abusers.

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  40.   homesteader says:
    Posted: 25 Mar 09

    sciencegeek : I ask the same questions of you ? Circumventing the truth is just a bunch of words that mean nothing in the Reality of todays World . We are able to talk all day and never answer the Question . Are our women worth Protecting . My mind does not see one insident / I see all Abused Women Equally in my Thoughts . It DIGUSTS ME to see one , alas there are many everyday who suffer this Treatment . Go ahead and take your stick to flush the Rabbit from the Bush / I would rather turn the Dog loose on them .

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  41.   homesteader says:
    Posted: 25 Mar 09

    what if someone were to do this to your Wife ?

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  42.   homesteader says:
    Posted: 25 Mar 09

    party1 : do you have any Daughters ?

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  43.   homesteader says:
    Posted: 25 Mar 09

    Ladies /One and all . If you Feel like waiting till the Second time he does this to you , before you see him sleeping and you take action . This is your Choice , it is your Life in Danger . An old saying : First time your fault / Second time My fault .

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  44.   homesteader says:
    Posted: 25 Mar 09

    Glock ; If it were one of my Daughters , A True Man Steps up to the Plate - Batter up / You're Out . Head injuries cause Permanent Brain Disorders and maybe Death . Lynching is your thought / Mine was a simple Knee injury , - TO BE DONE BY THE ONE WHO WAS ABUSED - . A battle no matter how small one is Takes an Offensive unit to win . A defensive unit shall see Conflict again and again . Many years , I saw what it did to my Mother , I was Powerless as a child . My Father beat me also , some I may have Provoked . But not All . Jadediamond ; If a boy were to do you this way - Just Once / Would you feel the same way you speak Now .

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  45.   jadediamond says:
    Posted: 25 Mar 09

    Glock I agree, if he wasn't a celebrity would it still be a lynching? I think not. It doesn't matter how young he is, he's a young abuser that will grow into an old abuser. No matter how much counseling he gets he's not going to change unless he really wants to and because of his celebrity status people will excuse his behavior. Remember Ike and Tina!!! It didn't stop until she got tired and left for good. Keiwei, you think that one punch deserved a choking, busted lip, stitches, and plastic surgery...that's the stupidest shit I've every heard. What kind of women would make such a fool ass statement about another women gettin the life beat out or her. He is a disrespectful "punk" texting another woman in front of her. What happened to "what goes on in the streets stays in the street." Whereas I understand self defense, he took it to another level and deserves to be locked up. No matter who he is......and she will go back if she hasn't already.

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  46.   party1 says:
    Posted: 24 Mar 09

    NoPLayer thank you sincerely for your thoughtful answer,,very commendable.They may not have shown the appreciation the way you wouldve liked but its my guess that if you needed them ,,if a situation arose and you called upon them theyd be there for you..At least that is my hope for you.In your words the reader can feel a commitment you have to family.That said ,,those girls and women that surround you they feel that.Also I personally have lived this movin em helpin em stuff as if I couldve signed my name to what you wrote.Having a calm demeanor and able to think it thru as u obviously have is a lesson I shall not soon forget!!!!!!

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  47.   Sciencegeek says:
    Posted: 24 Mar 09

    As people on the outside looking in; lets just pray for both parties involved. I agree that niether, man nor woman should lay their hands on their respective mate in anger. If your mate causes such anger or mistrust that you must hit them; then it is time to take a minute to yourself, process what made you that angry in the first place and then make a decision to talk it out or move on. An act of violence is just that, an act of violence. Men shouldn't strike a woman and a woman should not put herself in a position that a man will feel that he has to defend himself. I personally will not sit there and let a woman strike me with her fist or come at me with a weapon of some sort either. This particular story above is still ongoing and the truth is yet to come out fully. I Do Not Agree with what Chris Brown did. Although, I am waiting to hear what happened to cause him to react the way he did. I do feel this in my heart of hearts. If he beat you like that before, the odds is he will likely do it again. Both, need to take a break from one another and seek guidance and counseling on life and career balances. This can be a huge impact on their personal and business endeavors.

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  48.   homesteader says:
    Posted: 24 Mar 09

    P.S. I never did place a hand on my Father / as I LOVED HIM TILL THE DAY HE DIED . He also had a hard time in Life , but we never went to bed Hungry because of him working everyday to Provide for Us . May God Bless Him Amen .

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  49.   homesteader says:
    Posted: 24 Mar 09

    I was raised in an Abusive household , My Father hit my Mother very very often for many years . He also abused Me repeatedly , occasionally I desired it . When I had grown to become a teenager / he had hurt his Back badly at work and one time when he was going to jump me again . We that a heart to heart talk as I was through with being Abused . I graduated high school at 18 moved away and found a job washing dishes / when I left the house my Mother did also and Divorced him on Cruelty charges . She took my brother with her and he started Psychiatry sessions at the age of 12 . You feel like Coddling his ass / I lived throught it . Amen

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  50.   Glock says:
    Posted: 24 Mar 09

    Hey I was 19 once, I didn't hit anyone. For being his "first" mistake, he really went to town on her face! As far as "lynching his ass", what if he was a "nobody" would you really say that? What if it was your daughter he beat the crap out of? I don't think anyone is here to "lynch" him but rather hope he is held accountable for what he did. Regardless how old he is.

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