Kelly Rowland argues that Chris Brown merits “grace”: “We all fall short”

Kelly Rowland reaffirmed her support for scandal-plagued musician Chris Brown, urging his detractors to extend “grace” and “forgiveness” to him.

The former Destiny’s Child member told TMZ on Monday, “I feel that grace is extremely real, and we all need a taste of it.” “Before pointing fingers at others, we should understand how fortunate we are for every minute we have, even our own [issues].

“I believe it is essential to remember that we are human. We are human beings.”

Rowland, age 41, remarked, “We all need to be forgiven for whatever that we could be doing or thinking.”

She said, “We all fall short in some manner. Furthermore, grace is real, and we are all human. And everyone is deserving of grace. Period.”

The former member of Destiny’s Child stated that Brown merits “grace.”

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The former member of Destiny’s Child stated that Brown merits “grace.”

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The former member of Destiny’s Child stated that Brown merits “grace.”

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The singer of “Motivation” made headlines on Monday after shushing audience members who jeered Brown, 33, at the 2022 American Music Awards on Sunday.

Rowland, who won the Favorite Male R&B Artist award on behalf of the “With You” singer, advised the audience to “calm down.”

She then referred to Brown as a “amazing performer” before addressing him directly.

Rowland remarked on stage, “Chris, thank you very much for providing fantastic R&B songs.” I will bring this prize to you. I adore you. Congratulations to everyone nominated in this category.”

Rowland stated, “We are all human” and that everyone “falls short.”
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Twitter users reacted quickly to the surprise compliment, although not everyone agreed with it.

“I value what Kelly Rowland has done. “People will condemn a person as though they are incapable of learning, changing, or growing,” remarked one admirer.

“I cannot believe Kelly Rowland supported Chris Brown. Proud with the crowd’s booing, commented another user.

I respect Kelly Rowland’s actions. People will malign a person as though they are incapable of learning, changing, or developing. Having faith in Chris Brown

— Londie (@londieplus) November 21, 2022

I am incredulous that Kelly Rowland supported Chris Brown. Proud of the crowd’s booing, despite

— cynthia midnights (@cyncityTV) on November 21, 2022

Brown, meanwhile, made news for criticizing the AMAs following the cancellation of his and Ciara’s Michael Jackson tribute.

The “Yeah 3x” singer tweeted an Instagram Story snapshot showing the awards show’s 3,3 million viewers compared to the roughly 12 million who viewed a video of him rehearsing with Ciara, 37, on Saturday.

He wrote, “I’ll simply leave this here.”

After the audience booed Brown’s victory at the American Music Awards, Rowland calmed them down.
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Since pleading guilty in 2009 to one felony count of beating his ex-girlfriend Rihanna, Brown has been accused of violence towards women many times.

In 2017, Brown’s ex-girlfriend Karrueche Tran secured a five-year restraining order against the dancer, stating that he struck her in the stomach and shoved her down a flight of stairs, which he disputed.

Sunday’s episode included Tran, age 34, as a presenter.


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