Seems like after the BET Awards, the two people who had the best performances of the night are the ones catching major heat for their “personal/public lives”. I said I would never bring or approach the negativity in my articles, but this constant disrespect of them is at it’s peak and has made my disgust for the gossip rags and it’s commentators elevate into anger. Anger, not because of who it is, but an anger of people not being humane in the situation. I’m not asking anyone to condone what they did or what you assume they have done. I’m not even asking you to like them; but stop with the judgments and name calling.
Chris Brown and Alicia Keys both had negative news surround their personal lives, but the stories are years old. How can you hold someone to something that they did years ago? Matter of fact, how can you hold someone to something that had no direct effect on you, your family, or loved one? Why do you feel that they owe the world an apology? Is it possible to answer this honestly? If you don’t want to support them, that is fine but keep it moving and stop dwelling on an issue that is beyond old and that you have only about 15% of the information on.
Many people think they have the right and are justified to call these celebrities out on their mistakes/mishaps. Why do you feel it is right and that you should be liable to speak ill of people you don’t know? If you believe in God, would you like for Him to pull something from your past and label you as that for the rest of your life? As far as I know a painter is a painter and a carpenter is a carpenter; if they changed their career path and became accountants they would no longer be a painter and carpenter. Am I right? So how can you label a person, based on one negative thing that they’ve done something for the rest of their life? If God has forgiven them, no one else can accuse them on that fault, it’s like double jeopardy. What is done, shall stay and what has happened will be, you nor I can can change that. None of the negative words and hate towards them will change that nor God’s opinion on forgiveness.Many people say “Oh, I don’t care what they are doing or how many people they’ve helped they are still a woman beater and a home wrecker”. Well let me tell you this, the way I was taught was that the good always outweighs the bad, love always conquers hate, prayer always heals, and a heart is not made of your mistakes, but how you handle them after.
I look at myself, and know the things I’ve done and wonder if I was famous, will these people label me as they do Brown and Keys. Following the careers of both, nothing can make me say they are an evil aura who lives to hurt others. I’ve seen so many people say “Alicia Keys is not a superwoman and she is not one to inspire anymore.” Why not? Would you rather her sing and glorify things that are false and not what she feels? Would you rather her promote negativity so young girls can follow? Why would you want her to do that|? A superwoman is not a person who is flawless, it is a person who is able to get over those flaws and make it through life regardless of past mistakes. They are human beings in which lives to learn from their past like the rest of us. I don’t know either of them personally, but my defense comes from the love in my heart that I have for humans. Human beings who deserve second chances just like all of us. Whether you believe that they did wrong or right, you shouldn’t linger on and call them names because it’s not what you would want for yourself.
The last thing I want to speak on is the Karma that people speak of. Karma is universal, meaning what you do to others it will be done to you. Everything you do is like a boomerang, your life reflects your choices. With that being said, look at yourself and where you are; are you positive that you’ve done all good? Does you life reflect what you have done in the past? Not entirely, 1 lie can get you caught up, but it is forgiveness that stops the initial “Karma” from reacting in your life. So what you say about these celebrities as well can cause a negative Karma in your life . If you are wishing harm on them and turmoil in their life, that is a curse. Cursing in itself is a negative action/sin, therefore someone will come back and curse you 10 fold. Do I believe in Karma? Maybe, but I believe in a much higher power and universal law as well. That is love. With love, there is nothing that can’t be done, it heals, forgive, pours out positivity, and joy. Love is also teaching and helping, if you really want to help someone or “call them out” make sure you’re doing it for a good cause. A good cause meaning to help them get over it and not to do it again. There are always better approaches than condemning someone. Live your life people, stop being angry and getting entertainment off of others people tragedies and mistakes. Yes they are in the spotlight, but only for entertainment purposes, not to be judged. You nor I can explain what actually happen, nor can we even assume the correct details on what went down in these situations. All we see is the outcome and the rest of our thoughts are formed by blogs and negative situations. Do not forget, these celebrities does not owe us anything but their work.