Did Chris Brown appeal to his fans to prey for him? No. Did he put a call out saying that he’s working with a domestic violence organization and he wants people to support a new campaign against teen domestic violence? NO. Chris Brown has sent out an appeal to his fans to help him get radio air play.
Global Grind reports: Chris Brown has received a lot of flack since the incident withRihanna. Now Chris Brown is asking for the help of his fans to help him get back to the top of the charts. Chris Brown took to his SayNow page to plead for help from his friends. Chris Brown said:
“I ain’t never really did this but right now I need all of my fans help. A lot of radio stations aren’t playing my records. They are not being that supportive and I wouldn’t expect them to. It’s on the fans and what you guys do in your power to bring me back. That’s all I need is you guys and nothing else will do that except for the fans.”
Chris Brown continues on by saying he’s doing everything he needs to do but leaving it by saying:
“It’s on ya’ll. My singing and my music I do it for you guys and everything else but it won’t be possible if I’m not relevant on the radio and it wouldn’t be possible for me to be an artist if I don’t have the support.”
Chris Brown closes by saying he loves his fans.
- Chris, please ask your PR person to review your SayNow.com posts for consistency sake. You don’t have to write like a Harvard grad, but you should use standard english. I know that people want to sound authentically hood. I guess it’s about street cred.
- If you want people to stop hating on you, you need to be really, really apologetic. Sure, you’ve apologized already. Keep apologizing.
- To support someone is an endorsement of their personal brand. A personal brand can be changed but it can’t be changed by the fans.