At least that's what the title of his new song is. "Not My Fault" [listen here] hit the net today and features Chris Brown singing about a relationship in which he says the girl he used to date is 'caught up.' Referencing the girl as a "singer" Chris says that when he first met her, he promised she would be "saved," well Chris, you didn't keep your promise and it seems like the public does think it's your fault. [listen here]
In related news, after Brown plead guilty yesterday and got five years probation, many people are wondering if the verdict will effect his career. "The plea works in his favor, because it takes the responsibility for his punishment out of his hands," Miss Info says. [watch here] Shawty Lo's publicist says Chris will have a hard time coming back, "He will have to prove himself to be real before he will be able to re-establish his career." [watch here]
Natasha Eubanks, creator of celebrity-gossip blog TheYBF.com, says Chris Brown's career isn't over. "It's actually going to be OK for him," she said. [watch here] "People are gonna forget about this in two weeks." [watch here] … What Do YOU Think?
Chris Brown – Will Verdict Effect His Career