Kelly Rowland reiterates her support for Chris Brown after the AMAs: “Everyone deserves grace




		Kelly Rowland reaffirms her support for Chris Brown after the AMAs:

“I think grace is very real, and we all need a dose of it, and before we point fingers at anyone, we should realize how grateful we are for every moment we have,” Rowland told a man a camera that was standing with her. as she got into her car on Monday. “We all need to be forgiven for whatever we may be doing – we are all short in some way. Grace is true, and we are human, and everyone deserves grace, period. “

Although he did not directly refer to Brown, he did respond to questions about the timing of the AMA and whether he should be pardoned. At the awards show on Sunday night, it was reported that Brown was to perform a tribute to Michael Jackson which was canceled at the last minute due to concerns from the show’s producers. Brown posted a video of the preview on his Instagram page with the caption “U SERIOUS?”, commenting in a comment after the post that it was his performance at the AMAs but added “I was canceled for unknown reasons.”

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As the 33-year-old R&B singer won Best Male R&B Artist on Sunday, Rowland appeared on stage to accept the award on his behalf, responding to some initial applause from the audience at say, “I’m sorry, calm down,” raising his head. index finger towards the dissidents in the community. He went on to say, “But I want to thank Chris so much for making great music, and I want to say thank you for being a great artist. I’m going to give the award take this and take it to Good, I love you! Congratulations, and congratulations.” with all nominees in this category”. There was further applause and cheers from the audience after Rowland’s remarks ended.

Brown turned himself in to the Los Angeles Police Department in February 2009 after a domestic violence incident with the singer and his then-girlfriend, Rihanna, that required hospitalization. He pleaded guilty in June and was sentenced to community service, domestic violence counseling and a restraining order. His last performance on network television was at the BET Awards in 2017 and Brown claimed the incident had blacklisted him from the industry, although he has faced further legal trouble since his physical altercation with Rihanna.

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